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How do i bypass the parking brake switch in order for my video to play

Isn't there a way to bypass the parking brake so my video plays anytime i want yes the same

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All you need to do is ground the wire that says brake ; dont need no swicth or nothing i had the same problem

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  • Dan Wade Oct 08, 2012

    I did this and my video works but clock does not come on unless I go in navigation mode and then back to main screen. What is wrong?

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I have heard that many of dvd players have an extra wire and instruction manual tell's to connect it to something relaited with parking break (then you hold parking breake it gets ground and completes circut so video starts) so you can connect it to and ground wire with a swich becouse of that you can simulate paking break :) hope it will help :) i have the same problem but just haven't got time to test this :) 

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