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I wanna dvd capabilities when driving

What color is the parking brake wire?

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Re: I wanna dvd capabilities when driving

Just ground the bright green parking brake lead off of your panasonic head unit

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you just need to ground the park brake wire

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I just did a clean install on this sytem it works great and everything but I have one small issue... I am waiting to go to the audio store tomorrow to buy a 12v relay to bypass the parking brake so I will...

Get a toggle switch and have a ground wire and take that ground wire and put it on the on side of the switch and take the parking break wire that's coming from the dvd player and out it in the off side and

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What color wire do i hook the pink wire to

Pink wire is generally the parking brake safety. If you dont want the dvd player to play video while in drive wire it to the ground on your parking brake sensor wire. If you do want it to play video while your driving, wire it directly back to the ground wire on your stereo.

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NEED TO KNOW WHERE TO WIRE THE PARKING BRAKE TO. I need a diagram for the wiring scamatic

Simple solution i have the same one in my truck! U take that green parking break wire on the screen and conect it to the black ground wire on the vehicle and your screen will work all the time even when moveing!!! Hope this helps!

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The video wont work but the audio work perfectly fine.

the reason your seeing that message is because there is a wire on the head unit that needs to be connected to the parking brake switch on your car. the wire your looking for is a light green color that needs to be spliced into the positive side of the parking brake switch. once you hook that wire up the video portion of the head unit will work but you have to have the car in park with the parking brake applied. if you comment back with the make and model of car your driving i might be able to tell you where the parking brake switch is and what color wire to splice the light green wire into.

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Unlock video capability while driving

  1. go to your AM/FM radio settings
  2. highlight the language tab
  3. with remote, quickly enter 543210
  4. hidden menu pops up
  5. press the second tab down (System Settings)
  6. Select "Break Override" and select "On"
For a video, go here:

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The parking brake wire is about a mint green color.

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If you have the VM9410 then there is a way to play dvd's even when you are driving. You must ground out the pink wire in the harness. This allows you to watch dvd's even when driving. good luck!

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Ground the parking brake wire to any metal surface that is handy. Just as solution 2 suggests. I accidently clicked the top "Guest" as the best solution when Solution #2 was the one I meant to click on. Ground it and enjoy!

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