To whom it may concern:
I have a car from 1995, the audio system has a mobile LCD color monitor: Sony xvm-40 DC 12V Serial N0. 5000884
I open the monitor and reads:
SCC-W01B-A SDN XVM-40 N0 5000884
Do you have a monitor you can sell me? I live in Ontario, Canada. Many thanks
I have an unused Sony XVM-40 LCD monitor. I bought it about 10 years ago, but the dealer never told me I needed some type of tuner to go between my head unit and the display, so I can't plug it in to confirm that it still works.
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The aftermarket wiring colors are universal so this is for your Sony
12 volts accessories-----red
Blue/White---- amp. Turn on
Blue---antenna turn on
Orange—illumination Speakers wires are white;white/blk----green; green/blk---purple; purple/blk---gray; gray/blk. Now for your car I need to know the model
Should have standard aftermarket wire colors ( yellow-12v, red-switched, black-ground, blue w/ white-amp turn on, blue-power ant., White-LF speaker, Gray-RFspeaker, Green-LR speaker, Purple-RR speaker, the ones with the black stripes are negitive)
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