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E brake emlinate, putting in a offroad vehical that doesnt have one

Can i eliminate the e brake , and how putting in a off road machine that doesnt have e brake

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Re: e brake emlinate, putting in a offroad vehical that...

With remote
press setup button
scroll to highlight language
enter 5,4,3,2,1,0
you will now be in secrete menu
turn brake pass on

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Is there anyway i can bypass the e brake on the dual xdvdn9131 so my kids can watch t.v on road trips

Ground the parking brake wire and put an on/off switch between the head unit and the ground. You have to have a switch on this model because you must apply the the brake, disengage, then apply again for the video to begin working. Make sure your audio is good quality, because if you play the XDVDN9131 with the volume up too long the unit will over heat.

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Parking brake disable model jensen 9511ts

on the jensens, there is a way to disable the parking brake without having to put a switch on the parking brake wire. the catch is that you will need the remote control to get into the service menu. follow these steps

1.turn the radio on and select the setup menu.

2. while in the setup menu, use the remote and press 5-4-3-2-1-0, this should access another service menu.

3. from there, you will see a brake override option.

4. and your done.. hope this helps

if for any reason yours doesnt offer this option. you can always put a switch on the ebrake wire of the screen.

1. use a 2 wire toggle and wire one side the ground and the other to the parking brake wire on the jensen. then do the pattern on the switch instead of using your ebrake.

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My ves system has sound and the screen powers up but displays a black screen

its your e brake lock out wire,its the pink or green wire its labeled put a 2 way toggle switch on it and it eliminates the saftey lock out.

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Lanzar not playing dvd's says parking brake

what you need is a toggle switch...
put the switch between the parking brake wire, and actual ground,
the black wire will work, just extend the wire so the toggle switch is
accessible, once you do that turn your indash on,
slap a dvd in it, then once it displays the parking brake message,
hit your toggle switch once, if it doesnt get it,
try it multiple times but with a second between clicks,
that should do it and please keep the eyes on the road. :]

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Is there a way I can watch a DVD movie on my Pioneer AVIC-Z2 screen without having to put on my parking brake?

Yes, there is a way to watch a movie without the parking brake engaged. The parking brake safety mechanism is there for a reason, and I do not suggest that you disable this sytem so that you can watch movies while driving. With that said, the simplest way to bypass the parking brake system is to take the parking brake wire from the head unit, run a wire to a chassis ground point, and then put a toggle switch inline so that you can flip it on and off. This will simulate the engaging/disengaging of a parking brake.

Again, I do not condone or recommend watching movies while driving. There are enough distracted people driving on the roads.

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JVC KD-AVX1 parking break

your car probably wont have one this wire is designed to be hooked to the park brake switch wire so you cannot watch movies going down this is illegal. the wire gorunds when park brake is pressed. splice it into the wire on brake

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Road noise

Is it a whining noise that changes with the accelerator pedal? Do you have aftermarket amplifiers in the car? There are a number of different noises you could be hearing and a number of solutions for each. Also, if aftermarket amplifiers are connected to the front speakers and the Pioneer radio was powered up and RCA's connected to the back, you may have burned out a diode inside the radio and you'll get "engine noise"

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Audiovox D7200MB Dual 7" portable dvd player skips very easily while traveling. Letting it rest on pillows and 45-90 degree angles helps a little. Cleaning laser head with a cleaning disk does'nt help. Is...

These aren't really made for offroad dvd watching. I dont think replaceing the lens would help at all. The dvd is very intence in data, theres alot of data there and skipping can happen easyly when bumps on road etc.

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Parking Brake Bypass


You need the remote to do the code thing, or try hooking the parkbrake sensor up to full time power to trick the unit into thinking that the parkbrake is off. Try that and see how you go. If it doesnt work that way, try taking it to full time chassis(earth)


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