Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a problem with break wire. I too expierienced this. It is NOT a problem with radio. You need to ground the break wire in the harness. It is a protection wire so that it knows the emergency break is on. In other words it is supposed to stop you from watching movies while driving. Grounding the wire disbales the feature thinking the break is on. If you want to use the safety feature properly it should be connected to the emergency break switch that is grounded when pulled up or on.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
you need to wire up the pink color wire (handbrake), connect to the handbrake and when you apply it you'll be watching video.
There is two wires at the handbrake, one of them will show you ground when the handbrake is applied, you'll need a voltmeter to check continuity between ground and the wire you trying to connect.
Put the handbrake up, then touch the black lead side of the voltmeter (set at continuity) to ground and the other (read) to one of the handbrake wire, if you hear a beep is because this the the ground wires if not touch the other wire until you hear the beep and connect it to the handbrake DVD wire.
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
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