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Hi, I have a bv9962 and lost the wire harness plug, the one with all the speaker wires coming out. It is a 14 prong plug that plugs in next to the power and ground wires. A color code diagram from left to right and top to bottom would save me a ton of time. Thank you for your time and help and have a GREAT week!!

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SOURCE: BOSS 7300 in dash DVD

The flicker which happens is as a result of a power failure in the unit. Whenever this power fluctuation occurs it causes the unit power to go off and then restart. The restart is what brings about the screen which displays media at the top and the radio display screen. try tracing the cables which supply power to the unit for any inconsistencies to sort this out. Also you can check te use which affects the supply of power to te unit.
Here are 2 links to help with bypassing the brake. The first is a video while the other is a detailed step by step explanation.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgdfLst2QvQ
http://www.ehow.com/how_7265002_bypass-brake-wire-dvd-player.html
hope this solution has been helpful?

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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