Question about BOSS AUDIO SYSTEMS Car Audio & Video
Need help on how to bypass the parking brake to install our boss BV7330
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bypass parking brake wire
Boss Audio is the easiest in-dash DVD on the market to bypass; all you do is ground the ebrake wire. I recently installed 12 Boss Audio in-dash BV-7300's and did this to all of the decks problem solved. By the way I did this because they were in the back of limousines where the driver couldn't ever even see one of them while he was driving. I don't think there will be a problem, try it.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
you need to hook up the foot brake like it said but hook up a switch on the parking brake wire to ground do not hook it up to parking brake just a switch ground one side ant togle it while your foot is on the brake once the screen is on leave the switch in that position you will have to do this every time you turn the car off but you can see the screen while driving
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: bypassing car dvd parking brake
The yellow wire that the manual says that you "need to hook up to the parking brake" just needs to be grounded. Its that simple, you do not need any switch or anything, just find a part of the car behind the unit and ground it.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
That is static off the motors electrical's system. Go to a radio shack and get a noise suppressor the positive end go on the positive end of the radio and the negative end go to ground this will bleed off the static just like a capacitor in a power supply. Ask one of the old guys at Radio Shack.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
SOURCE: BOSS 7300 in dash DVD
The flicker which happens is as a result of a power failure in the unit. Whenever this power fluctuation occurs it causes the unit power to go off and then restart. The restart is what brings about the screen which displays media at the top and the radio display screen. try tracing the cables which supply power to the unit for any inconsistencies to sort this out. Also you can check te use which affects the supply of power to te unit.
Here are 2 links to help with bypassing the brake. The first is a video while the other is a detailed step by step explanation.
hope this solution has been helpful?
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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