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Looking for basic wiring for a Panasonic Strada DVD Car Navi Station DV150 - no manual obtained. I wish to keep my existing stereo system so I wish to connect the wiring manually - and need to check the colours for earth, battery, speakers etc. Can you assist.

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I am having trouble finding that particular model on Panasonic's website (which is nothing new), none of the models I have located start with SA-DV510, they all start with CN-.

Are you sure about the model number?

The only place I did find a downloadable manual was here: http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/panasonic/dvd_cd/sc-dv150.html

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