Question about Jensen VM9510 Car DVD Player
No u dont run the pink wire to a toggle stwich and the other side to a ground and u can run it while u drive
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
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Feb 28, 2011 | Boss BV7965 Car Video Player
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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