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I have a nesa dvd player on a lincoln navegatior and, I can't hear the audio What I can do or the wireless headphones from lincoln will be work. Thanks Jose.

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There is an item you can purchase from your local Radio Shack dealer that allows you to plug from the dvd player into the cigarette lighter. That is what we use. Works great!

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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SOURCE: 2005 Escalade DVD no sound through headphones

wireless sensor on unit is one of you prob its not picking up signal or head unit has fault

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Some dealers installed a modulator for the radio; look under your driver's side dash to see if there is a small on/off toggle switch. If there is, flip it 'on', tune the radio to 89.1 and you should get audio.

If they haven't installed this, no problem. You can buy a modulator from most electronic stores that is used to play MP3 players through the car stereo; instead of an MP3 player, simply plug the cable into the headphone jack of your DVD player.

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what i did was put the pink cable(parking brake) and connect it to ground(black) of the stereo harness and then both of them hook it up to the black cable of the car which is ground or negative.

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