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Old 05-04-2005, 08:49 PM   #1
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does any body know how to install a indash dvd player?
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installed a kenwood kvt911 in my 2000 yukon. what do you need to know mario
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Mines the Blaupunkt Chicago 7 1/2" TV head unit. I might be able to help you too. There's not much very different than a regular head unit though. What do you need to know?!

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I have done the pioneer quit a few times.
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Old 05-05-2005, 12:01 AM   #5
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What Are These Wires For
Ext. Cont
Tel. Mute
Ant. Cont
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I Just Cant Get It To Turn On
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I'll make guesses because I have no clue what radio or brand you are refering to.

P Cont sounds like the Power Contiuous. That has to have power to it to work

Ext. Con= External Connection?

tel. Mute= it is an input that will Attenuate the Radio when A Telephone call comes in (used for the Old School In Car teleohones, but is still usefull for other stuff)

Ant. Cont?=Antenna Continuity?, Cont. is usually Continuity or Conn for Connection?


Need to know what radio and Brand this is. I'm going to say I'm about 75% sure the P. Cont. (power Continuous) is why your radio isn't working.
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I agree, although my guess on the Ant Cont. would be Antenna Control. Generally it's a blue wire, which makes the power antenna go up when the radio is turned on.
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yes, please post color of wires so we can give you more info.
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Looks like they're pretty standard connection names on Kenwood units http://www.google.com/search?q=%22an...e%22&hl=en&lr=

Ext Cont = External Amplifier Control Cable (Pink/Black)

Tel Mute = Telephone Mute Cable (Brown) (Tel Mute: Shut down the audio system temporarily whenever an incoming call is received. Note: The function will not work if a cable is not connected to the car phone.)

P Cont = Power Control (Blue)

Ant Cont = Motor Antenna Control (White)
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