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How do I bypass the handbrake, footbrake and the reverse so that it will function while driving?

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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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