Question about Pioneer AVIC-Z2 Car DVD Player
Go to avic411. com. they have a bypass... its a bit of work. you have to ground wires from the unit and run a cd that you can burn for free. but it does work very well. I did it to enable the other features.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Yes, there is a way to watch a movie without the parking brake engaged. The parking brake safety mechanism is there for a reason, and I do not suggest that you disable this sytem so that you can watch movies while driving. With that said, the simplest way to bypass the parking brake system is to take the parking brake wire from the head unit, run a wire to a chassis ground point, and then put a toggle switch inline so that you can flip it on and off. This will simulate the engaging/disengaging of a parking brake.
Again, I do not condone or recommend watching movies while driving. There are enough distracted people driving on the roads.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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