GMC Yukon Entertainment System
I was wondering if any one can answer why my 2002 yukon xl tv screen shuts off when i come to a stop. I can drive on the highway and it will stay on but when i bring the yukon to a stop the screen shuts off. Sound will come out of the head phones still but no picture on the screen. The other thing is I can only get sound out of the wireless head phones is there any way I can get sound out of the car factory speakers
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Definitely! I'll leave it to the experts here to provide details and recommendations but, generally, sparks plugs with higher internal resistance will reduce the level of interference.
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I just watched season 1 of "Arrested Development" during my lunches at work in the truck. This might prove to be a tough habit to break. :P
No navigation screen, just radio.
The manual says that once the DVD is playing there should be a DVD symbol on the radio, then I should select the DVD as audio source by pressing TAPE/DISC until DVD is highlighted, or choose DVD from using the SOURCE button. But the DVD symbol never shows up even while the DVD is playing, and DVD is not an option under SOURCE or TAPE/DISC.
Either I'm just doing something wrong, or there is a problem.
Also might be after market DVD, with missing head phones.
Cannot select DVD audio from rear entertainment center either.
Did this model come with a DVD player?
If so, how do we listen to it? It plays the movie, but cannot access sound.
I don't have the nav screen, but do have the radio/cds. According to the manual I should be able to listen to the DVD using the radio and speakers, but can't figure it out. I don't even know if this is maybe after market and not hooked up to the radio. Can anyone help. Of course one of the former owners kept the headsets.