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loosewire 
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Posted: September 28, 2016 at 8:37 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote loosewire
The rear overhead Panosonic DVD player in my 2006 Buick Rendezvous is shot. I removed it and tried to clean the laser but that didnt work. I tried researching the part numbers on the ag to find a replacement but that doesn't find anything either. All of my searches just show used players. All help will be appreciated especially from grand kids.
loosewire 
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Posted: October 07, 2016 at 8:21 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote loosewire
Ok, here is what I have been able to find I got these from GM documents 1399571 and 1399582. The pin layout on the Buick harness is slightly different but the colors match. The wire harness picture is of the 16 wire connector. What wires do I connect for audio/video? Thanks in advance!!
On the 16 pin Connector
pin 1 YEL Battery Positive Voltage,
pin 2 Tan Acc,
pin 3 ORN Ident,
pin 4 DK GRN Baclight Gound,
pin 5 LT. BLU Video + ,
pin 6 DK BLU Ground,
pin 7 BRN Audio Right,
pin 8 PPL Audio Left,
pin 9 WHT Backlight Batt+,
pin 10 GRY Bus Data fron Display,
pin 11 RED Bus Data to Display,
pin 12 BLK +5 Volts,
pin 13 PINK Video - ,
pin 14 BARE Video Shield,
pin 15 BARE Audio Shield,
pin 16 LT. GRN Audio Common,
On the 12 pin Connector
pin 1 not used,
pin 2 (MINE IS RED) LTGRN/BLK VCM Class2 Serial Data (Data Link Connector),
pin 3 and 4 Not Used,
pin 5 DK GRN/WHT Right Audio Signal,
pin 6 BRN/WHT Left Audio Signal,
pin 7 BLK/WHT Ground,
pin 8 Not Used,
Pin 9 ORN Battery Voltage,
pins 10 and 11 Not Used,
pin 12 BLK/WHT Audio CommonMINE IS RED
06 Buick Overhead DVD -- posted image.
06 Buick Overhead DVD -- posted image.
loosewire 
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Posted: December 03, 2016 at 7:07 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote loosewire
This project went on hold for awhile so now I am back at it. I've finally come to the realization that I am wasting time trying to match up all of this wiring to the stock harness. Time to build a custom overhead to fit and wire the new player and monitor. I dont want to invest $$$ in headrest systems that the wife will up and trade in this vehicle at a moments notice.

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