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DNX 7100 I tryed to conect my light green wire to the black wire in the back of the unit,but it's not working for me.I just get audio for my dvd when i put it in.

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What type of car is it? Make sure the Black (Ground) lead for the radio is connected to an adequate ground wire in the harness or to chassis metal. Some vehicles (Nissan, Mitsubishi) have no ground lead in their harnesses and need to be grounded to bare metal.

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