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Parking wire is the yellow parking wire going to be hooked up to the ground or the positve side of the parking break

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  • parmad39 Jan 29, 2008

    the code did not work. I grounded the parking wire to the ground of the radio harness and worked without a code. Thanks for the help !

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There is a factory overide code so you dont have to connect that park brake wire to anything. check blogs and i will see if i can remember it.

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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