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Why can't i watch movies on my pioneer avic-n3?

How can i watch movies while the vehicle is in motion? i've read something pertaining to grounding the ebrake wire. is this the correct way to do this or do i need a switch of some sort to bypass this feature. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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  • jjrquinn Jan 11, 2009

    ive grounded the light green wire but mine does not have the tiny switch ive look every where and theres nothingis their oher way of dixing this.

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On the bottom side of the deck there is a small silver sticker. Remove the sticker and you would see a tiny switch. Just flip the switch to the other position and remember to ground the light green wire. Goodluck.

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