Question about Dual XDVD8181 Car Video Player
HOW DO I BYPASS THE PARKING WIRE FOR A XDVD8183
Unfortunately the Duals on't work like the Jensens do. I know of only one way. Get it to bypass with a toggle switch and go through the sequence to get it to come on. You may want to wire it hot all the time so you don't have to do switch flipping every time. Trust me it's a pain in the booty. Once bypassed, since the deck is on all the time, you manuall shut it off thus retaining the bypass.
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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Wrong. To bypass the lockout feature so you can see the DVD play anytime - you need to toggle the green wire away from ground (from Low to High - i.e. momentary switch) so the radio sees the rising edge of the 12Vdc signal. The green wire is normally high and is tied low. When you put the parking break on - it opens the loop.
A switch will trigger the Opto Isolator inside the head and bypass the lock out feature. This works fine - or you can spend the $25 on the bypass module - that does the same thing - but works as an electronic toggle ~ based off the remote wire and an internal relay in the module. The module will toggle the green wire every time the radio powers up.
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