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#16 of 35 Troubleshooting DVD issue in 2002 Venture WB Edition
Oct 22, 2008 (9:46 am)
We purchased a used 2002 Chevy Venture WB Edition. While testing the features we noticed an issue with the DVD. We can hear sound, but there's no picture. Does anyone have any tips on troubleshooting this? Is there a trick to gettting the picture to appear. The owner's manual doesn't say. Also, ours did not come with the wireless remote and headphones. Does anyone know a good place to purchase these besides the dealer? We appreciate any advice. Thanks.
#17 of 35 Re: Troubleshooting DVD issue in 2002 Venture WB Edition [bigdaddy76]
Dec 30, 2008 (9:19 pm)
I've got an '03 Venture with the same problem: audio is fine but not video to the monitor. Did you ever figure it out?
#18 of 35 Aftermarker Stereo in 2003 Venture
Jan 06, 2009 (12:36 pm)
I have an '03 Venture with factory stereo and DVD system.
I recently had Best Buy put in a pioneer stereo with MP3, and remove the factory stereo. They informed me I'd lose the DVD. My kids are older so it didn't matter.
The stereo, (plus $200 in harness and accessories) went in fine.
My problem is this. I have an overhead console for the rear passengers to plug headphones into, and most importantly control their AC/Heat/Fan. This console no longer works. Unless someone here knows how to make it work, I have no option but to have the stereo removed.
Does anyone know anything about this? GM dealership is useless, and Best Buy doesn't know.
#19 of 35 Re: Troubleshooting DVD issue in 2002 Venture WB Edition [jbil]
Jan 07, 2009 (12:10 pm)
Sorry, I never did resolve the issue. I tried a cleaner CD for the drive, took out the drive to check the connections and took down the overhead console to check the monitor connections. Everything looks fine. No luck. I'll post a reply if I figure it out. Please let me know if you have any success. Thanks.
Feb 03, 2009 (2:36 pm)
I have a '03 Venture with factory installed stereo. There is a CD stuck in the player. Does anyone know how to get it out? Is there someplace to put a jeweler's screwdriver, or a way to open it up?
#21 of 35 Re: 2005 Venture DVD Player [gb5]
Feb 20, 2009 (2:42 pm)
I encountered the same problem. What i discovered was you need a video input source (which mp3 players do not have) to activate the rca inputs. So,here is my fix for this. I have a small hand held video game that plugs into the rca jacks. I plug that in and get it running then i unplug it from the rca jacks and plug my mp3 rca cables in and wha la it works. By plugging in the video game you get the video input you need to activate the rca jacks. The only time you need to do it again is if the rca jacks from mp3 gets unplugged or a dvd is watched. Hope this helps
#22 of 35 Re: Troubleshooting DVD issue in 2002 Venture WB Edition [bigdaddy76]
Mar 04, 2009 (11:54 am)
we just bought a 2002 warner brothers and after purchasing and taking it home we realize we have the same issue. we have audio but not picture on screen? did you figure it out at all? does your rear AC and heater control digital unit in front of the tv work ok? i think that is were the problem lies in ours but un able to find that part anywere. Please keep me posted on you findings
#23 of 35 2004 Chevy Venture Van DVD
May 05, 2009 (10:20 am)
Hi all, great site! OK... so minimal problems so far, but sound only through DVD and no picture, LED above DVD player reads " Disabled". Nothing in manual or online, any help? Thanks!
#24 of 35 Re: 2004 Chevy Venture Van DVD [johnnyvette]
May 07, 2009 (9:18 am)
Take it to your local car audio shop to debug. The dealership won't know what they are looking at.
#25 of 35 2002 dvd issues
May 21, 2009 (2:27 pm)
Have the 2002 WB edition and recently the dvd player has been selective as to which dvds it will recognize. One day it will play the movie when entered into the machine and the next it will not even show that a dvd has been put into the machine. Has anyone else run into this problem? Gets frustrating on long haul trips across the country.