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This is actually a safety feature the green wire connects to the parking brake switch and when the break is engaged, the unit will work. Now if you really want to do this here we go, but do not try to sue me if you get into an accident while watching TV when you should be driving.
1) Locate the green (or whatever color wire the installation guide tells you is the parking brake inter-lock.
2) Attach a spst switch to ground and mount the switch in an accessible location.
3) Connect the other end o the switch to the interlock wire.
That is it now when you start up your vehicle the switch should be in the off position, after the vehicle is started throw the switch to the on position and the unit should be able to be turned on.
Now the reason I say use the switch is because some manufactures realize people are doing exactly what you are and are grounding out the wire some what they did was add initial ground sensing, which shuts the unit off if it senses a continuous ground without an open at some point.
I hope this helps,
Well, It all kinda depends on how ur trying to hear it. Depening on the age and the model of the dvd player some models have a built in FM Modulator. This transmits the audio signal via your FM radio. Most Fm Modulators are preset out of the box with lower frequencies. Simply pop a disc in ur dvd player, Make sure the volume is up on the dvd system and tune ur radio to the matched setting of the Fm Modulator.