I think Radioshack should have something. If not just take a RCA cable cut off one set of the ends. You will likely have to solder some heavier gauge wire to the end as the RCA wires are pretty thin. Then just use a T-tap and tap the wires under the DVD. The easiest place is probably to pull the console off from around the shifter. You should see the appropriate wire group there I believe. I'm not positive the video wires go to the dash though. They may headout of the console to the roof from under one of the seats ?????armadapimp said:Ok, so I'm gueesing the VTR +/- are under the DVD player. Can i just buy an RCA tip an attach the two wires to it? Should I solder them onto the +/- wires or can I just use a T - tap? And do u know how to wire the wires onto the RCA tip?
What brand and model Sun Visor display did you get. Also model # of Farenheit Video Amp?armadapimp said:Just wanted to let yall know that I put the new sun visor screen in the armada today and hooked up a Fahrenhiet Video Amplifier and everything is great. Perfect picture, sound everything. Thanks for your help!
Wow! Do you happen to have pics? I wouldn't mind having that and also using it for a rear view, backup camera.andy said:I did exactly what you are doing except I did a 5.6" swivel up and down right on top of the center dash where the junk holder is.
It's been done numerous times. Look for Macflys threads, also there were some good ones on TT. Troutspinner did a good job on TT.AZARMADA said:Sorry that did not work. I want to see what the NAV casing looks like. I wonder if that part is interchangeable with that tray on top of the center console. Then just mount the monitor in that just as they have it for the NAV.