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A/V AND Power wiring diagram

I recently moved my pair of Tview t-6500HR headrests monitors from an older vehicle to another newer vehicle.I did not get the cable harness out of the traded vehicle and now that I am installing the monitors in my newer vehicle I can't seem to get it to work with a cable I purchased from a Auto stereo dealer locally .Would you know the proper wiring for the Tview 6500hr type monitor,I have tried many avenues but can't seem to get the wiring diagram to allow me to hook it back up .Thanks . radtl

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  • Dude Kid Jul 30, 2008

    none of the wires match the tv unit

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Hi on what you have just told us go and get the same cables that you were using in the old car coz this wires are the ones ment for the screen i mean right holms,right jack pins for it . good luck .

Posted on May 11, 2007

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