Question about Pioneer AVH-P6500DVD Car DVD Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is illegal to do in many states so it is not recommended that you bypass the saftey feature and can result in you being ticketed and fined. On this unit, for testing purposes, you would ground the parking brake wire and the screen should come on and stay on.
Posted on May 07, 2007
Hello haehner, Question why would you want to watch a movie while driving? That beeing said this is a tech forum so here goes. Take the brake wire attach it to a switch, take the other endof the switch and attach it to ground. In most cases companies have gotten wise to just grounding the break wire, so they have made it so the feature must be keyed off the break pedal light switch and must be connected, if conected to permanent ground it senses this and shut the unit down anyway, so what you have to do is connect the switch as I told you and try the sequence of on-off-on and this will disable the break feature. Again, don't do this the break wire is a safety feature. Thank you, Shuttle83
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
N1 internal solder bypass to work with newer software, N2 solder the two connection under the silver sticker(might void warranty), N3 switch the switch under the silver sticker(might void warranty). Goodluck.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
To bypass the parking brake you should connect the parking brake wire from the unit to ground. It is better to do it via a switch because is illegal to watch video while you're driving. :)
Posted on May 19, 2008
SOURCE: bypass parking brake wire
Boss Audio is the easiest in-dash DVD on the market to bypass; all you do is ground the ebrake wire. I recently installed 12 Boss Audio in-dash BV-7300's and did this to all of the decks problem solved. By the way I did this because they were in the back of limousines where the driver couldn't ever even see one of them while he was driving. I don't think there will be a problem, try it.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
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