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Old 04-05-2012, 04:27 AM   #1
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my car DVD player audio can’t work?

I’ve never learned how and there insint anything in the handbook! What’s the normal way to make the DVD player play through the speakers of my car?
I have this Hyundai verna dvd player
When I put in a DVD the audio isn't working i think it’s supposed to run through the cars speakers but I’m not sure if it has anything to do. How can I fix the audio or how can i find out What’s wrong?

Please take the time to look at it and let me know your thoughts.thanks.
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Old 04-05-2012, 09:53 AM   #2
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Re: my car DVD player audio can’t work?

wiring issue. make sure all the wires are correct in the back. hooked up to the right wires and all that. if you don't want to do it, pay 60$ and have a sound shop do it! hell i would if i was there
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wiring issue. make sure all the wires are correct in the back. hooked up to the right wires and all that. if you don't want to do it, pay 60$ and have a sound shop do it! hell i would if i was there
yep,you are right. i don't want to do it.so i had sent it to a shop. and it costed me $150.
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150$ for that? thats a rip off.. if all they had to do was rewire it, it should have cost maybe 80$
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oray here's the problem, a aftermarket unit has two blue wires a solid blue and the other blue/white, the blue is to turn the power antenna when radio is on and turns off went cchange to dvd/cd/ipod,, the blue/white is to power on the stock amps or others like a switch, so maybe went you had the unit installed they wire the blue power antenna wire to the stock amp wires so that's why you don't get sound went switch to dvd, did you try it went playing cd's or usb, ,
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