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 Wiring a drop down dvd

I just traded for a Panasonic CN-VG3380ZC dvd player that is supposed to be OEM for GM trucks. I didn't get the manual so I'm kind of stumped. The wiring harness has a red and black, POS and NEG I assume, and it also has a blue,green and white which run together into what looks like an RCA plug or antenna adapter. Can anyone help me with the schematics for this thing? Thanks.

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Got pics? Email me.

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Originally posted on 08-11-2006 by ff92
I just traded for a Panasonic CN-VG3380ZC dvd player that is supposed to be OEM for GM trucks. I didn't get the manual so I'm kind of stumped. The wiring harness has a red and black, POS and NEG I assume, and it also has a blue,green and white which run together into what looks like an RCA plug or antenna adapter. Can anyone help me with the schematics for this thing? Thanks.

What year/model truck. In my Tahoe I had to buy a module to install the HU properly and maintain factory warning noises and such.

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It's a 2002 Silverado Ext Cab 4x4 with the long overhead console. I've seen a few OEM integration pieces on the JP Customs website.

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