Question about Car Audio & Video
However, some units use different methods. Some require seeing a pulse
(i.e., power-ground-power-ground-etc.), resulting in the annoying need
of pushing the e-brake a few times before your video will pop up. This
can generally be recreated by using a 3-prong switch (you can get one
at AutoZone). Connect it backwards -- the ground to power, power to
ground, and the "Load" to the Parking Brake wire on the back of the
radio. Flip the switch back and forth a few times and sometimes the
video will pop up.
Some fancier units cannot be cheated. They use an internal gyro mechanism that detects movement.
Some even feature bypass codes. By pressing a certain combination of buttons on the remote then entering in a code it will permanently allow video.
Play Dvd for few seconds until you hear sound
Press Stop Twice
Then enter on remote 26604 the press enter
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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