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unity1

Member Since 04 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 14 2011 10:42 PM
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In Topic: 05 Galaxy Dvd Multimedia Pack Fault

14 August 2011 - 10:47 PM

Found the answer via the talkford forum which is blindingly simple.

You have to have the head unit turned on before using the remote to power on the screens. :rolleyes:

I don't understand why this should be the case as the sound doesn't come out of the main car speakers but there you go, Problem solved.

In Topic: 05 Galaxy Dvd Multimedia Pack Fault

14 August 2011 - 10:57 AM

Can anyone point me in a direction. I'm assuming that the screens and dvd unit are the same across all ford models of at least the same era. Are they both required or do the screens simply have a video in, power etc. Do the screen switch on independently of the DVD unit or at least should using the remote control. Would it be usual for the screens to be fused from the head unit or have its own fuse in the main box. I don't have one listed for it but could it perhaps be marked as something else. Would you expect to have an inline fuse from behind that main dash.

If no one knows then perhaps I'll document it when I try taking out the center console and seats and work my way back.

In Topic: 05 Galaxy Dvd Multimedia Pack Fault

05 August 2011 - 08:47 AM

That is what I'm hoping however I don't know which one it is either. Does it have a separate fuse in the main box, come from behind the dash or even off the Main head unit feed. I was hoping someone would have a wiring diagram before I resort to removing the centre console and front seats. Unfortunately I cannot pull parts out tonight as I've got a six hour drive on Saturday morning with the kids which would have been nice if the DVD was working.

I see 5 hr 45 mins or are we nearly there and how far is it on the cards :)