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How do i bypass the parking break saftey feature on my Alpine IVA-W205

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  • koby_slack Oct 03, 2009

    thanks, thats what ive been told, however i need a little more detail.. the wire (Yellow/black) is spliced into the break wire. I assume that i would just remove the sheeth on that wire (y/b), install the switch and ground out the other wire..is this correct?

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    Krieg Brinson Nov 06, 2016

    He pretty much rite but that is the instructions

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Put a switch on the brake wire make sure the switch is on the off position. the switch should have two wires ,one wire connects to the brake wire the next wire ground it to the car .then turn on the stereo put a dvd in and turn the swicth on and off several times .It should come on

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You can get a PAC TR7 and it will do the trick. i read somewhere that you dont need the brown wire. but, you do thats how you program it. so here is how you hook it up and program it to work with your deck.1. Connect the black wire to chassis ground and connect the red wire to 12v accessory.
2. Slide the TR-7 switch to the ON position and turn the ignition on.
3. 'Pulse' the brown wire 2 times and wait 3 seconds. The LED will flash 2 times for confirmation. The LED will rapidly flash for 3 seconds.
4. Slide the switch to the OFF position.
5. Connect the green wire to the Alpine's blue/wht wire, the blue wire to the Alpine's footbrake input and the white wire to the Alpine's handbrake input.
6. The TR-7 will automatically bypass the video safety when the radio is turned on.

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Purchase a PAC 7 on Ebay for 15-20 bucks and wire that in with the instructions that come with the PAC 7 device and then you can watch movies on the highway. I have three Monitors in two of my cars and a Pac 7 in both and wired the output of the radio to the rear 19" monitor in my Yukpn XL Denali, and a 7" TV wired in the Dash where the regular radio is suppose to be and I wired my Alpine d 310 where my 6 disc changer is supposed to be in the dash so I have two 7 inch TV in the dash and a 19 in the back. Also in my 2005 Pontiac Bonneville GXP I have a 7" in the dash and two 9.5" in the TVSin the rear headrests.

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