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Parking brake bypass

I have a jvc avx710 and i'm wondering if there is a parking brake bypass code for this unit or can you just ground the parkig brake wire?

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The best solution and what i did was just plug the parking brake to the ground cable of the reciever...

And works perfect...

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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