How to Mount aCar DVD player in your car?
This instruction is not so clear and details for the installation,but mybe we can share some information for you,but as we suggest again,please take the car dvd player to install in a professional shop,thanks!
How you mount a DVD player in a car depends entirely on the type of player you have. There are three basic types of car DVD players: a dashboard model, an overhead model and one that fits within a seat headrest. There are basing installation methods for each model, but they can vary depending on the manufacturer.
1. If you have a dash-mount DVD player, this will likely replace the stereo in the car. Removing the stereo depends on the model. In most cases, remove the trim panel bezel surrounding the stereo; this will require a trim stick or similar flat-blade tool. Most models have the stereo mounted with screws or bolts, requiring a Phillips screwdriver, regular wrench or Torx wrench. Some models use special U-shaped tools in the side holes to disengage the clips.
2. A headrest player requires you to cut a hole in the back of the headrest. Use a knife very carefully and the player's mounting frame to guide you--use the frame's front end for the shape of the hole and then use the frame's depth to hollow out the hole.
3. Your car needs a headboard to install an overhead player; feel the ceiling for a plastic or metal sheet underneath the upholstery. If there isn't one, cut and peel back the upholstery, insert a plywood board underneath it and glue the upholstery back in place.
4. A dashboard player is installed in its own mounting bracket with the bracket fitting in the dash in the stereo's place. For a headrest player, its mounting frame is glued into the hole with rubber cement; the cement must be dry before inserting the player in the frame. An overhead player is screwed into the ceiling headboard with its own screws; in some cases, the screws will already be built into the mount. In all cases, the wiring is routed to the car's firewall and steering column.
5. There are usually three wires on the DVD player that must connect to the car. In most cases, the yellow wire is the power wire and connects to the positive terminal on the car battery. The red wire is the starter and connects to the wiring harness for the car starter/ignition switch. The black wire is the ground and must be mounted on a secure metal ground on the car body, like a screw on the chassis.
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