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Parking Brake Wire

I cannot find the parking brake wire so i can access the dvd player. Where exactly is it? Thanks

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You dont need the switch just take the parking brake wire from the back of the deck i think its purple and ground it to a metall bracket

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

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I have not a solution but a remedy. If you would like to be able to watch movies while driving, follow these simple instructions. Take out the dvd player, Get one simple toggle switch, install somewhere easily accesible. Now run the parking brake wire from the dvd player to one of the prongs on the switch. Now find a good solid metal ground under the dash, (mounting brace,etc.). Run a wire from this ground to the other prong on the switch. Now reinstall the dvd player, turn on, when blue screen appears, flick the switch, hold for 5 seconds, then flick it back, in a few seconds it should go to the normal screen.

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

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