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How to bypass video nav cd override

I would like to use without having to stop and put on parking brake

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Use a 3 prong switch witch has power acc and groung hook the parking brake wire to the power and ground the switch. mine u dont wait 3 to 5 seconds as soon as u switch it on its on

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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Best this you can do is buy a two post toggle switch, get the wire is telling you to connect to the e-brake, connect that wire on one of the post on the switch, and the other ground it to ground (car frame, ground wire, etc)...then read manual on how long you have to wait to activate video ....and it will be the same with the switch as it would be the e-brake...i have one my self...i have to wait 3 to 5 seconds...then it activates...

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What I did is took the Parking or Brake wire and grounded it to the back of the radio. Works Great

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Dumbass your supposed to hook the wire up to a toggle switch

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It uses a ground signal on off then back onn so i used a toggle switch for that. Runa ground through the switch then to the unit and when you go to play movies flip the switch on then off then back on.

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If its an aftermarket device, it has a sensor that is connected to the electronics of the vehicle to indicate that it is parked. Check the wiring, find the wire and move it to something that is always on, radio, a/c controls, etc. Best of Luck.

Posted on Sep 14, 2007

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