Question about Dual Bravo HRC-0703 DVD Package Mobile Video System - 7" Headrest LCD Monitors ¿ In-Dash DVD / MP3 P... Car Video Player
I have a Dual in dash dvd player that I brought from walmart. I'm trying to install it in a 2001 chevy tahoe but the blue screen will not go away even with the parking brake wire grounded. If I separate the parking brake wire from the ground wire a few times and hook them back to gether the screen will play but as soon as I turn the ignition off or restart the vehicle the blue screen comes back up. So everytime I want to watch dvd I have to take the dash out and unhook the wires and rehook them. I don't understand what the problem is.. please help!
When I installed it the thing does nothing then when I turn my lights on the screen comes on but it's blue and does nothing else
Posted on Mar 02, 2018
This REALLY works i was about to give up and I tried the code now im able to watch whenever I want thanks!
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
Thanks for the Help that worked like a charm!!! That code did the job!!
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
These methods have worked on a variety of Dual DVD systems (mainly XDVD8181, also XDVD710), unsuprisingly, since Dual stated to me that most installations have the same codes.
WARNING! It is usually ILLEGAL and most of all UNSAFE to drive while watching video. I only watch video while parked, and I suggest you do the same. This is for demonstration purposes only, if you use these codes, you do so at your own risk.
STEP ONE. Ground the E-Brake wire.
No matter which method you use, you must ground the brake detection wire. I suggest you tap it into the ground wire on your wiring harness (ensures a good ground).
1. FACTORY RESET METHOD (Temporary)
(This isn't the most effective, but it is the easiest to try, so it's worth a shot since it apparently works on some units.)
** Go to the Menu
** Get to the Settings Menu
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
You need the by pass code type it in and watch it for ever with no problem
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
The problem is that you're trying to bypass a safety feature. Newer video head units are smart enough to know when you've just grounded the brake switch wire so you can watch it while you're driving. Try hooking it up to your parking brake wire.
Posted on Mar 07, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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