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Yes it does. The emergency brake wire is a safety feature. If you don't have it hooked up it won't even display anything. If you do have it hooked up then you have to have the emergency brake engaged to be able to view DVD'S. The manufacturer does this so people can't just unhook the brake wire and watch DVD'S while driving
Hello... sorry to hear you are having a problem. There should be a wire on the back of the headunit that is marked "brake". This wire is usually green or pink. You will need to hook the wire marked "brake" together with the black "ground" wire. This should allow the screen to play without the brake being engaged. If this does not work, let me know and I will give you a sequence route to fix the problem.
there is a wire comming off the back of the radio that should be wired to an emergency brake put the emergency brake on and play movie or remove wire from emergency brake and just hook it to a good ground basically all it is is a ground wire that when the ebrake is not engaged it does not make a connection to keep you from using the tv while you are driving because it is ilegal to have the tv playing while ur driving all you need to do to bypass it is find the wire and just ground it to a solid ground if you had an install shop install the radio by law they have to hook it up properly or you can ask them to leave it and you can hook it up they can not hook it up so that the player plays all the time hope it helped
Hi all car dvd players have a emergency brake safety feature. The pink wire is to be spliced into your emergency brake wire, or there is a code you can purchase to bypass this feature. Thank you for using fixya.com
If you have the old firmware then all you need to do is ground the parking brake wire OR if you have the new firmware(just bought the system) a toggle switch is involved: 1 - connect e-brake wire from dvd unit to the switch 2 - connect a ground wire from switch to the unit chassis(any good metal grounding surface will do) 3 - pop in a dvd, toggle the switch back and forth 2 or 3 times depending on what wire you placed where...and voilaa!! your dvd system should work in motion!!