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Parking brake wire its a bv9990 not bv9250

I just bought the boss bv9990 and i was wondering do i ground the parking brake wire or do i give it 12v???

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Ground, your video system may need to see the park brake signal on off on (or something similar) if so add a toggle switch inline with the ground wire.

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