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Your stereo has 2 blue or 1 will b blue with white. One will supply power to a power antenna which will only have power on radio mode not cd do check wires with test light coming out of your head unit for the remote turn on and not power antenna

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i had the same problem with my talon today, all you need to do is get another wire , connect one end to the 12v(red)backup tail light wire and connect the other end to ur dvd player and put it one the wire that is to be connected to the 12v for the revarse camera the wire should be orange but urs might be a different color.

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This sounds like a laser problem. The laser is not recognizing that a disc is in the unit. The cleaner unfortunately is only for the lens

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Do you have a microphone attached? If you do, it is not close enough to you. I have mine mounted in the dash. If you do not have a microphone, get one. If you have the microphone, attach it and make sure it is close to you while driving.

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remove the wire connected to hand brake wire and connect to ground

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if you have a factory amplifier you have to connect the blue wire from the amplifier plug into the power wire for the player

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Not that I'm aware of however you can go to xovision.com and at the bottom the page click on contact us give them the model number and the city/state that you live in and they will give you the contact info for the closest distributor in your area where you can purchase a remote expect to spend about $30

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you have to take the screws ontop out

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Check the settings on the dvd it may be set for headset only or audio off. Have u tried putting in headphones to see if you can hear anything?

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Hi and thank you for using fixya:
Here is how set up the time:
1-turn unit on 2-press down the menu button for 5 seconds 3-the clock will start blinking 4-set correct time using the arrow keys 5-press menu button
thanks good luck

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check your wiring for any loose or wires in wrong place

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sorry, "the orange wire (reverse gear) is just driven the chamber on the display of the radio without doing the reverse"
what do you mean by this?

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You need to ensure that your constant wire (yellow) is spliced into your battery (+) wire. It will supply a few volts to the head unit to maintain time,disc position things of that nature.

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its hard to do when it does that but try getting to your calibrating screen and calibrat the screen and it should stop

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just hooked it up with the back sight view input port on the dvd player.

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Follow the following steps to overcome this problem:
  1. Locate the "Brake" wire (usually the pink wire).
  2. Connect the "Brake" wire to a negative point, e.g. body of vehicle.
  3. Test by playing a DVD and your problems have been solved.

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contact to repairer

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You likely have a shorted wire. Check wiring. I would suggest connecting to stereo wiring if you have a cd player. Otherwise ground wire straight to metal from dash panel or car body ground and run yellow wire to a fuse that has constant power or to radio yellow wire. Then red wire to ignition or radio ignition wire, something that gives power when turning on ignition.
You do have a bad ground or positive wire. Sounds like bad ground wire.

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the break wire needs to be grounded

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Get RCA "Y" connector, radioshack, etc.
Or, plug your 1 RCA into the amp and wire to sub from amp

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