Question about Car Audio & Video
ACCORDING TO THE INSTALL GUIDE i MUST CONNECT TO THE PARKING BRAKE SYSTEM BUILT INTO THE CAR. hOWEVER, WE ARE INSTALLING IN A fREIGHTLINER SEMI TRUCK. iS THERE AN ALTERNATIVE? bECAUSE WE HAVE AIR BRAKES.nOT pAEKING BRAKES.
You have to hardwire it to bypass the e-brake. Take the peach-colored wire and ground it to metal inside the dash. Put a toggle switch inline on the wire and mount it somewhere you can reach it. When you get the blue screen when starting a movie, open the switch for 3-5 seconds, then close it again to reapply the ground. Your movie will start up, and you can then drive away with it playing.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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