Question about Car Audio & Video
I was under the impression that i could unlock Video capabilities while driving, simply by grounding the supplied parking break wire. After about 20 feet of driving a message pops up on the screen that says, "parking brake wire not installed properly." How may i fix this?
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
If you are installing this type of head unit make sure to connect the parking brake wire, now here is how I made my dvd player work while driving. If you want video anytime connect this wire to a GROUND (negative). Make sure not to connect this wire to a hot (positive) or you will fry your new dvd player. Now be aware that in most states it is illegal to have video playing where the driver can watch. ( I think that most police officers have better things to do than pull people over for a movie playing in the front, but I could be wrong ) I hope this post helps some of you out before you have to pull your head unit back out and hook the wire up like I had to!
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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