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How to by pass the jensen dvd player prk sw parking brake.

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Hi James,

Page 27 of the installation manual (http://www.wwstereo.com/_files/155788/documents/Kenwood--Manual.pdf) shows a connection to the parking brake light circuit. It is the Light Green wire labeled "PRK SW" shown below.

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If it is connected the way it is drawn, the PRK SW wire is connected between the lamp and the switch that opens and closes depending on the position of the parking brake (set or not). 12 volts is always present from the battery to the top of the lamp. It passes thru the filament to the wire that goes the top of the parking brake switch. So, when the brake is OFF or disengaged, the lamp is off and 12 volts is present on the PRK SW wire to your Kenwood GPS. When you set the parking brake, the ground (symbol is the funny slanted lines under a horizontal line) just under the brake switch passes through the switch and changes voltage at the PRK SW to "ground" or 0 volts. When this happens, the ground on one side of the lamp with 12 volts on the other side of the lamp - make is turn on.

So, what does this mean? Simply tie the PRK SW wire to any grounded metal and the Kenwood will think the parking brake is always set - for as long as it is tied to ground. You can check it with a simple voltmeter to be sure. Set the meter to 12 volts or more, touch black lead to ground & the red lead to the PRK SW wire. Kenwood should only work when at 0 volts (brake set). Release the brake - meter shows 12 volts & the Kenwood shuts off.

I hope this helps & Good luck!

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What is the parking/ emergency brake code to bypass the jensen uv10 dvd player


uv10 radio dvd player all you have to do find the wire on the back uv10 radio and ground it..( parking brake wire)

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How to by past the brakes wire for the dvd to play


According to the owner's manual, the pink wire is your parking brake wire and it has a label 'PRK SW' on it. It requires a negative signal to show that the parking brake is engaged. If it is currently hooked to your parking brake, you will need to trace it to where it is connected and remove it first. Be sure not to leave any wires exposed that can short out. Then connect the wire to a source of ground. this can be the black wire coming from the head unit, or a convenient screw nearby that is mounted to the vehicle chassis.

The manual can be found here:
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-x3LxzvPnGLv/p_110VM9312/Jensen-VM9312.html

Please note that it is likely illegal to have video playing where the driver is in view of it. Check your local laws before considering making this modification.

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You cannot watch while driving as it's a safety feature of in-car dvd players, to by pass, disconnect from handbrake/parking brake switch.(found at the base of handbrake/parking brake). But doing so makes the use illegal in most countries not to mention dangerous.

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PARKING BRAKE DISABLE my jensen in dash doesnt want to play dvds its displays a blue screen saying something about the breaks


yes its saying in toorder to play dvd's u must engage parking brake which means the wire is suppose to be hooked up to the parking brake....BUT i know the trick to make it work where u can play dvd's and drive

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Bypass for video on a kenwood ddx-512 car dvd player


On the wiring harness there is a green parking sensor wire (PRK SW) that you have to hook up. All you have to do is ground that anywhere on the chassis of the car then youll be set.

Apr 09, 2009 | Kenwood DDX-512 Car DVD Player

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How to by pass the jensen dvd player prk sw parking brake.


You have to hardwire it to bypass the e-brake. Take the peach-colored wire and ground it to metal inside the dash. Put a toggle switch inline on the wire and mount it somewhere you can reach it. When you get the blue screen when starting a movie, open the switch for 3-5 seconds, then close it again to reapply the ground. Your movie will start up, and you can then drive away with it playing.

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jensen double din dvd monitor it a uv8020 model to bypass the e brake or parking brake

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