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easy guys ill explain, if you pull the deck out and expose the wiring in the back you will see a small pink wire with a plastic and metal end, that wire is your parking break bypass wire,wut i did with my car was created a switch, its very easy, all you need to do is go to radio and purchase a ON/Off switch, it will have only two metal connector ends on that switch, basically all ya gotta do is find a suitable grounding spot for the negative or OFF side of the switch and then for the positive side...you guessed it attach the pink wire to the positive side. I had to make the pink wire longer for my switch location so if you know how to solder I wuld reccomend doing that than any other ghetto method, such as electric taping it and calling it a day, ding that may damage the system in the future
For the Anti-Theft Passcode if you forgot yours - Turn to player on. Make sure the screen is out. Press and HOLD the MUTE button. While holding the MUTE button, press and HOLD the POWER button. (Should be holding them both down at this time.) After about 12 seconds a new passcode screen should come up. Release the MUTE and POWER buttons. Type in 122164. Press OK. Your passcode is now reset to 0000.
For The E Brake Passcode - Put in a DVD. Wait until you hear the sounds of the DVD. Press STOP twice on your remote. Press 22604 on the remote. Press OK/ENTER on the remote.
pink wire if its to go to ground then any metal is ground or negative not live in other words they say the handbrake so you cant use it whilst driving so any metal should do for this ok.
Are you wiring it to amp or not? Also the mute only wires into say phone cradle or something that would mute the stereo say if you had phone in craddle this would mute the sound so you could here the call. so not needed unless you have phone craddle.
If the two lives are wired in and the ground black when you earth the pink then it should switch on let me know if this happens.
Auto ant is for the arial on car if this goes up and down on motor if not then its not needed
Ill check on dimmer/illumination ok but bare with me for couple of hours just popping out but will get back to you then ok
You can disconnect power from the unit and this will kill the power feed to the system memory (the memory that hold commands from the remote)Now if this does not work I have seen where the unit indicated mute as a response rather than an actuator of an event. This is rare but it does happen. What could cause this is if the audio pre-amp goes out or is turned off by the mute button and there is no sound the unit detects this and indicates a mute. This I hope is not what is happening here, because this is a design flaw, the mute should turn off the pre amp and indicate a mute condition because the mute button was pushed, not indicate mute because of a no-audio condition. As said try to remove power from the unit and if this does not work, I would suggest finding a shop on fixya to take or ship your unit to for repair