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Bypass the brake or hook it up

How do i hook up my brake safty switch to a push button please help

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To make the unit work in a display cabinet

Put one side of the switch down to earth & the other to the parking brake sensor wire from the unit.

it will then assume the handbrake is on when the button is switched.

I do not recommend you do this on a driveable car ;)

Posted on Dec 15, 2007

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