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  • I need help finding the wiring diagram for my pathfinder (with Bose System). I want to install a double DIN DVD player and flipdown monitor. It is a 2006 model.
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright CaliforniaPosts: 44,404
    The only suggestion I can think of that, unless someone can pull an internet link out of the hat, is to go to a good car audio shop--they will often sell you a wiring diagram for a couple bucks.


  • I have just purchased a 2006 grand caravan with option code RF8 which is the low end DVD system. I was wondering if I do the upgrade kit can I still listen to the radio as currently my dvd turns off when I switch to radio or CD. I dont want to spend a bunch of money only to be told it still doesnt work. I see everyone is saying it works but wondering if my problem is a little unique as nobody has mentioned the same issues that I'm experiencing.
  • Whenever you're choosing a DVD entertainment system for your minivan, there are a number of things that you will need to consider. This article will look at some of the areas you should be interested in when considering the different DVD systems available.
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    I think a headrest car DVD will be suitable for kids, it can effectively end your kids complaining about how old your choice of music is. Unless you want to listen to everything your passengers watch (which can be very distracting), you'll need to check out your audio options. Some in-car DVD players play the audio through the car's stereo system, subjecting everyone to the same sounds. Others allow passengers to plug headphones into jacks near their seats to select the audio they choose. In this scenario, the audio the driver selects is played over the car's stereo. Still others have wireless headphones that allow passengers to choose their audio. :lemon:
  • We have an 01 DGC EX and have 4 kids. The type of system we have, is a portable Sony 9” HD DVD player with a remote and a swivel screen. We use a DVD dock that hooks and sits in between the front row head rest. For sound, we have a set of 4 Bebe Sounds TV-777 TV Listener, wireless head phones. They have its own volume control, to which the transmitter is placed on the ceiling using velcro tape. Total cost was under $400. The only draw backs are, everybody has to watch the same thing and it takes about 10 min. to get everything set up. You can hook up a video game to it and passengers in the third row can see very good too. We use the head phone in the house too, since it came with two transmitters, when the kids are watching tv up late and don't want them to disturb anybody. I use the portable DVD player on plane flights and we can switch everything from on e vechicle to the next. So, not only do you save money, but you have multiple options of use as well.
  • Karen_CMKaren_CM Posts: 5,020
    A journalist would like to speak with a consumer who has recently installed an aftermarket GPS unit, rear entertainment unit, remote key entry, or back up camera. If interested, please send an email by Thursday, Sept 30, including the item you purchased/installed, your name, and phone number to

    Community Manager If you have any questions or concerns about the Forums, send me an email,, or click on my screen name to send a personal message.

  • flaco1190flaco1190 Posts: 1
    edited April 2011
    i need a dvd system only, i have screen and other parts please some body have one let me know.remember venture 458- 1746 :cry:
  • what is the difference between a land rover a jeep and a range rover? what kind of cars are here they called? they all seems to look the same. what are they usually use for? or all of them post a difference purpose?
  • ateixeiraateixeira Posts: 72,587
    Jeep is an American off roader.

    Land Rover is a British off roader.

    Range Rover is an expensive British off roader.

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