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How to get around wiring to the parking brake so i can watch mov

I want to know how to wire around the parking brake so i can watch movies while driving

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I may as well tell you as this isnt exactly a secret. You must put a switch in line so that the green ebrake wire sees nothing when you turn the vehicle on and then after the deck turns on you turn the switch on so it sees ground. That will bypass it for you.
After starting up, however, it needs to see a dual pulse. So you must switch it to ground 2x before the video will show.


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