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this use to be simple for most units and yes it would work, however, manufactures became wise to this idea and placed a relay inside the unit that must be reset to prevent us WISEGUYS from doing so, but i do not know if this is the case with yours, if it is then you can run a toggle switch between the unit and the ground in order to reset this relay as needed with a flip of the switch
usually not a code. it is unlawful to drive without the parking brake feature hooked up.... but the way to do it is remove the wire from the parking brake and ground it. it will then think the parking brake is on
what i did is i got a 4 prong relay. its gonna have numbers on it for certain wires. the 86 is for your remote wire and the 85 is for the parking brake wire. the other 2 are just grounds.this worked on mine so it should work for yours.
Get a switch from walmart with 3 plugs to it, 1 for power, 1 for acc, and 1 for ground. Splice the ground and battery cords and attatch them accordingly to the switch. The back cable...i think its pink or orange attach to the accessories....should be the one in the middle on the switch... WHen the switch is off then you can watch while you drive...hope i helped
What i did was get a switch from walmart. they cost less than 2 bucks...Get one that has 3 slots..1 for power, 1 for acc, 1 for ground. Plug the brake cord the acc, and splice the power and ground cords to the other two. When your switch is off you can watch video while you drive, when its on it will cut the video off and display that message.....
If you want to do it the right way, then plug it into the emergency brake line or the parking brake line...hope i helped