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My name is danny

I have an alpine iva d900 and i tried to hook the parking brake to a ground and it astill woudnt work i only get sound and i have no sertup menu help me plz

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Well that is strange because that usually works, I don't think I have ever hooked one to the brake! I am not too familiar with Alpines, that the yellow/blue with though?

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