Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Doing so is very dangerous.
I admit it is an annoyance because some basic features you can't even control while driving.
Once again I would really suggest not bypassing the saftey feature.
If you still wan't to go threw with it there's 2 different ways. One of which is applying the e-brake ever so slightly so that the brake light comes on on your dash but could also wear out your e-brake over time doing this. The other is permanently grounding the e-brake wire that comes from the cva-1004. You must cut the wire and ground it (on the cva-1004 side of the cut wire) and insulate the other side of the wire you cut so that it dosen't interfere with the normal operation of the brake light.
Rember..... When you have an accident you were warned!
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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