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Re: bypassing ebrake to play dvd's always
Take the emergency brake wire and hook it to a switch,( they cost like 2 bucks at radio shack) Connect that wire to one end of the switch and the other ground under your dash. When you start it all you have to do is flip that switch on then off and your in business. I have almost always seen everyone mount it on the kicker panel on the left side of the center console. You don't have to conceal the switch but i wouldn't put itt out in plain sight. let me know if we get the problem solved
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you need to do a safety bypass to the ebrake sensing wire (this is a safety feature to prevent accidents) Remove the wire fromt he Remote slot(blue wire) and put it in the blank hole in the plug provided with your stereo... now ground the wire you have now bypassed the safety protocal and enabled video while moving a google search for pioneet avic bypass will yeild vidoes or a youtube search for a video tutorial
this until has a safety feature installed that will not let you view video while in motion. it has a light green wire on the back that is supposed to be connected to the cars ebrake wire so that in order to view video you would have to have your ebrake ingaged. it also allows you to be able to type in address for the navigation. if this wire is not connect or not connected properly, you will get a messages that says drive can not view video will driving..
I ran across of alot of lcd head units that requiers the parking brake wire connected so it will show the video, (usually just audio if parking brake not on). But if you connect that wire to a proper ground (screen always on) or a grounded switch so you can control it maually (turn it on or off when you choose)