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Video disabled Even while parked and the ignition in the acc. position the screen still reads "video disabled while driving for safety purposes". Does anyone know why this might be happening? Thanks in advance, Joe

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  • Joe Vinlove Jul 28, 2006

    Actually i figured it out. It turned out that the side brake wire wasn't grounded...lol all better.thanks though

  • aidb Nov 05, 2007

    screen

  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2008

    is there any way of bypassing the ebrake problem ?

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2008

    same problem, worked in my last car forgot which wires were
    connected to ground/ power. anyone know where you can get wire
    diagram for this unit?

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The problem is most likely in the wiring to the ignton switch keyed power line wich will possibly be yellow.How ever To be more percise the wiering diagrams for the car and head unit would be nessary.if this could be supplied an answer would easily be supplied.

Posted on Jul 28, 2006

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To bypass any alpine ebrake. u will need to purchase a universal trigger output module better known as a PTR7. posted by Carlos Arce owner and installer of "Arce Audio" of wichita kansas
contact Carlos Arce at (316) 831-9731 for any questions.

operation hours everyday 9am to 7pm.

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This brake wire, does it need to be attached to the handbrake or something? i installed an alpine dvd deck in a friends car with no diagram.

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Could u tell what color wire you didnt have connected cuz i have the same problem that u had and sum of my wires are not also hooked up...hit me back at repintexas4life@hotmail.com or just right here thanks

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Its the green wire.. just connect it to ground, when u put dvd.. if still no pic, click on DISP button in front panel

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