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How to get the secrat manu..

I connect everything, but i can't get the blue screen out. and here is another thing, i don't have the ground wire with the adapter that i bought it. its only have amplify ground wire. so i don't know where i can connect the pink wire to. so do you have a idea that how to do it. i have 2001 nissan sentra.....the head unit is jensen vm9311 with touchscreen... thank you. i'm looking forward.....

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If you want that your screen works without braking system connect pink wire to ground (any metalic part)

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