Question about Car Audio & Video
It works by recieving a 12 volt signal from the wire for the brake switch. It is illegal to by-pass the switch because it is against the law to have video in the driver's line of site while they are driving. So I cannot give you direct instructions on how to do it... but I suppose if the brake detection wire on the radio was given a 12 volt signal from another wire by accident that supplies a constant voltage(like the constant power wire for the radio) it could fool the radio into thinking the parking brake was on when it really is not.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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