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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 12/31/10 3:39 pm PST

    Well if it's not the unit itself but rather the video cable feed, then you can test that with an ohmeter. Usually if a cable is bad, this occurs near the ends of the cable. If you aren't handy with this stuff then I'd suggest going to a car audio shop that does a lot of installations. Maybe an hour's work will fix it or at least tell you all you need to know.

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  • MrShift@Edmunds 12/31/10 3:39 pm PST

    Well if it's not the unit itself but rather the video cable feed, then you can test that with an ohmeter. Usually if a cable is bad, this occurs near the ends of the cable. If you aren't handy with this stuff then I'd suggest going to a car audio shop that does a lot of installations. Maybe an hour's work will fix it or at least tell you all you need to know.

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