I bot a Android Screen Car Navigation Head unit from China...

Trinacria

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You need to send 7v down the iso pin with the grey and black wire, that connected into the back of the original screen (at the top).

You can take 12v from the cigarette lighter circuit (which is connected to the main lights) and step it down to 7v.

There's a few posts about it on here.
Hi, I have the same problem with the console lights. You refered to some other posts. Do they show how to do this?
 

Felcia

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Cold boot + working hazards, I think one of the pins in the harness was not touching. Only thing not working now is the lower dash lights.
Hi, how you solve this problem? I have same now, could you please tell your solution? Thank you so much.
 

Trinacria

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Cold boot + working hazards, I think one of the pins in the harness was not touching. Only thing not working now is the lower dash lights.
Looks like you fixed the hazard warning lights, could it really be as simple as wriggling the connectors? Also how did you get the maserati logo to load?
 

aawil

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Looks like you fixed the hazard warning lights, could it really be as simple as wriggling the connectors? Also how did you get the maserati logo to load?
I don't think it was the connector's as it started acting up after I shot that video. I turned out to be the turn signal/hazard relay under the dash. I replaced it with the bmw one suggested elsewhere. I do still have an issue were the right turn signal blinks the hazzard button but at least they work now. I made the boot screen to mimic the original. The manufacturer sent me an app and a little video explaining how to change it.
 

Trinacria

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I don't think it was the connector's as it started acting up after I shot that video. I turned out to be the turn signal/hazard relay under the dash. I replaced it with the bmw one suggested elsewhere. I do still have an issue were the right turn signal blinks the hazzard button but at least they work now. I made the boot screen to mimic the original. The manufacturer sent me an app and a little video explaining how to change it.
I think I'll change the relay as its such a small price to do so. Where abouts under the dash would I find it? Would you still have a copy of the video explaining how to change the boot screen and the name of the app?
 

aawil

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I think I'll change the relay as its such a small price to do so. Where abouts under the dash would I find it? Would you still have a copy of the video explaining how to change the boot screen and the name of the app?
Up under the drivers side dash on LHD cars. I believe the original was a green relay. There might be a thread on here with pics somewhere. I'll try and round up the files they gave me, the app wasn't on the google play store. You'll need to load it on a usb thumb drive.
 

Helipedia

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I don't think it was the connector's as it started acting up after I shot that video. I turned out to be the turn signal/hazard relay under the dash. I replaced it with the bmw one suggested elsewhere. I do still have an issue were the right turn signal blinks the hazzard button but at least they work now. I made the boot screen to mimic the original. The manufacturer sent me an app and a little video explaining how to change it.
The hazard relay and the blinker relay are different units?
 

Helipedia

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You need to send 7v down the iso pin with the grey and black wire, that connected into the back of the original screen (at the top).

You can take 12v from the cigarette lighter circuit (which is connected to the main lights) and step it down to 7v.

There's a few posts about it on here.
would this work or is 1.5 A too weak?

 

robot808

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For you guys that have installed this, do you think it is worth the money? Knowing what you know now, would you buy it again?
My original unit is trashed, and while I'm working on the heater core, seems like it might be a good time to pull the trigger on this. Also seems a lot cheaper and better than a 20 year old factory unit.
What do you think?