- - Monitor;
- - bolts;
- - stub bolts;
- - Drill;
- - wire;
- - keys for radio.
Find out whether your model recorder playback of video files.If this function is not present, then the monitor connection is impractical.Simply buy a new tape recorder with support for DVD, or portable car DVD-player with a built-in monitor.
Carefully read the operating instructions of your radio.Also check the box on audiomagnitoly, if you survived.Locate the connector for an external monitor.Typically, they are located on the rear side of the recorder housing.
Carefully remove the radio from the recess in the dashboard.To do this, use reaching complete special
keys or two pieces of thin, stiff wire.Proceed very carefully so as not to scratch the front of the radio or the torpedo coating.
Find a pair connectors of the "tulip".They should be yellow, white and red.Connect it to the wire.Take care that the plugs firmly sat in the connectors.Particular attention should be paid to the wire.Its quality depends on the clarity of the video being played, so do not buy cheap Chinese products.
Choose a location where the monitor will be located.Note that the monitor case should not prevent the full view of the driver while driving.Carefully drill the holes for the bolts of the housing.
find the hole through which the wire from the monitor will go to the radio.If you can not find a suitable technical hole, then drill new.
Set the monitor case and carefully secure it with screws.Caps close the plugs.Gently miss the wire through the hole made.Connect the wires to the terminals on the monitor.
Reassemble in reverse order and install the radio in place.Make the first start and test the connected monitor.
If you do not want to connect your own, contact a specialized center.