Help intergratig LCD screen to car

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  1. Venom_Fang

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    Ho guys.

    Firstly I want to say I have nearly no real knowledge of microelectronics so this is my way of gaining some more and also completing a project.

    I recently installed a reverse camera on my car. I have a Pro line DVDP271W 7inch screen attached via 1x yellow RCA cable which was working fine until a week ago when the screen started flicking on and of lf randomly. I've cracked it open to find the processor on the mobo to have warped and the pin as are erroded. Its scrap now in a way. My idea is that I can bypass the processor completely as I only need power to go to the screen and backlight and also to connect the visuals from the camera. The screen runs on ribbon cable and the backlight on a 2pin so the backlight is easy. The screen is 12v as is my power supply and car so no issue there. I basically want to solder the wiring direct to the board and mount the LCD as a flip down for when I need it. Can anyone help me decided the points on the board and tell me where to attach the cables. I have pos and neg power and also the 2 from the now stripped RCA cable

    Thanks



    P.s. I cannot upload images until I get to a computer so here is a list of points on the board that seem to correspond with the ribbon cable:

    GND
    GND2
    VR
    VREF
    VG
    VB
    VDD_LCD
    VEE_LCD
    CLK1
    STH1
    STH2
    R/L
    STV1
    STV2
    VGL
    VGH
    VCOM
    TX
    RX
    VCC
    CPV
    OEV1
    OEH
    MOD


    thanks again
     
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