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Re: screen off for protection
If you go to your local car audio shop, you can ask for a PAC TR-7. This module costs, around 39.00 and comes complete with full instructions on how to wire it in for an alpine bypass. It is also pre-programmed for alpine.
I use these, otherwise you have to use a complicated 2 switch system along with pushing on the brakes.
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if rear drums then you need to remove the drums ,clean the lip on the outside of the drum the adjust the brakes up manually and they will fit snug with the lip removed ,use a small radial disk cutter for this ,then the handbrake will be right and the footbrake will be hard as well ,just adjusting the cable will result in the vehicle failing the inspection due the handbrake lever inside the drum being over the 180? position ,us old fleet diesel fitters never die we answer questions on here
British car ,british weather complete with salt on the roads ,from the sound of this question i would suspect the handbrake cable is sticking caused by all that rain on the green and pleasant land ,your welcome to it trust me ?how many speak english still or is it a dying language
you dont its that simple ,if handbrake high and brake pedal low then the back drums need taking off and adjust the rear brakes manually by turning the little knurled wheel ,skim the outside of the drum with a small angle grinder to remove the lip and leave a bit of a bevel then adjust the the shoes till they catch when spinning the drum ,the cowboy way is to screw the adjuster up thats at the back of the handbrake behind the ashtray but if you do this vehicle will fail the yearly test for low handbrake readings and excessive pedal travel on the footbrake ,especially if it comes in front of me for its test
Check you local law first because in must of the states you're not allowed to drive wile watching a movie or video. Then connect the handbrake wire to ground and you'll be done, but if you need to bypass it only some times, connect a small toggle switch between ground and the handbrake wire, this way only activating the switch you'll bypass the handbrake wire.
if yours is like mine there is no dip stick there is a plug on the transmission you can check it there with your finger not running its shouldn't need any thing with it unless its slipping or shifting hard
Usually there is a handbrake connection that needs to be grounded to the chassis in order to bypass the screen lock. I normally wire it though a switch to ground and back to the handbrake, so if the car is inspected it works like it should.
Some units feature a footbrake wire that needs to be pulsed as well. This is harder to override. I use a bypass device from Peripheral called the PAC-TR7.
not quite sure about this ,but the more i think about it the more i would go for the front clutch in the box itself ,reverse might not show the symptons as much because its a lower gear ratio so any slipping might not be as obvious ,but i could and no doubt am wrong .But in saying that all the drive passes through the front clutch first,is the oil level ok when you check it in drive with the engine running and handbrake on with assistant holding footbrake down as well