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HELP : new head unit problem.

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HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby Altezzahead » Thu Dec 17, 2009 6:01 pm

Alright people , I installed a dvd player unit and didnt use any iso harness as the player is fitted with a standard ISO connector , Everytime the unit is turned on a get a warning which is displayed in the picture below. Would anyone have any idea what i could have done wrong ?
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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby patk » Thu Dec 17, 2009 7:47 pm

phone markrs200. he'll know. ill pm his number.

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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby donut46 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 7:55 pm

the dvd player has a wire that has to be connected to the handbrake wire to stop people watching it while driving but it can be overrided by just earthing it... i think its a yellow wire lad it should be marked seperate from the rest of the wires try that see if thats the problem!!!
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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby todd » Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:24 pm

donut46 wrote:i think its a yellow wire lad it should be marked seperate from the rest of the wires try that see if thats the problem!!!


Bet it's pink ;)

My head unit looks much the same as yours, just earthed the pink and job done but RTFM just to check :lol:

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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby todd » Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:31 pm

Defo pink

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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby donut46 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:44 pm

i just checked the old jvc manual i had from my old one there kinda pinky colour too.... i dont think there is a screen ive seen connected with that hasnt been earthed :lol:
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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby Evelyn » Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:50 pm

Ya like the lads said its just a earthing problem...P.s it looks good :wink:
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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby patk » Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:26 pm

its distracting at times. my doubledin has a function if u hold mute button the display disappears which is good at night. had problems at start with signal but undid the autoseek function and its been fine since. couldnt hold a signal before but perfect now(cheers mark, im a moron when it comes to headunits!)

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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby Altezzahead » Fri Dec 18, 2009 5:31 pm

thanks to all for yer help , its the pink wire alright , just one question and at the risk of sounding green but how do i earth the wire or is it a case of just taping the wire to some part of the body , i dont really want to go looking for the handbrake wire ...im lazy 8) ?

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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby todd » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:04 pm

I just used the locating hole at the top right, where you screw the air controls back in, that make sense?

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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby podgie » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:08 pm

Altezzahead wrote:thanks to all for yer help , its the pink wire alright , just one question and at the risk of sounding green but how do i earth the wire or is it a case of just taping the wire to some part of the body , i dont really want to go looking for the handbrake wire ...im lazy 8) ?


pull some of the plastic off rap round a nut and bolt and put in one of the metals hole in the car frame beside the cd player and bolt it up and put a bit of tape over it to cover the nut from touching the cd player,
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Re: HELP : new head unit problem.

Postby Altezzahead » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:46 pm

todd wrote:I just used the locating hole at the top right, where you screw the air controls back in, that make sense?



thats exactly where i tried it and it works perfectly . all sorted now :) thanks

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Altezzahead wrote:thanks to all for yer help , its the pink wire alright , just one question and at the risk of sounding green but how do i earth the wire or is it a case of just taping the wire to some part of the body , i dont really want to go looking for the handbrake wire ...im lazy 8) ?


pull some of the plastic off rap round a nut and bolt and put in one of the metals hole in the car frame beside the cd player and bolt it up and put a bit of tape over it to cover the nut from touching the cd player,


Thanks for the tip , will go back and stick a bi of insulation tape to be safe .


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