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Pioneer avic-d3 in dash dvd player

How do i bypass the e brake wire in order to view dvd while driving................

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By law you are not suppose to have video playing in the front of a vehicle becasue it is a distraction to the driver

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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The security device was created to avoid you from watching DVD's while driving. It is simple to bypass. Simply take the parking brake wire (blue/yellow stripe wire) and connect it to the a ground wire (all black wire). This will trick the DVD player into thinking that the car is in park with the parking brake on at all times.

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