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Alpine dvd cva-1004,bypass

I've been looking for a way to bypass the parking brake and all i seem to find is different solutions that dont work,the bypass module lasted about 1 month to the day, i dont really use it all that much but i would like to be able to be able to have my kids watch it while i drive to keep ther mind off beating on each other,any help would be great thanks,and once again i have the alpine cva-1004 its old but works fairly well , June

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There is a wire behind the head unit that is hooked up to the brake foot pedal and the park break and it tells it when the car is in park or not the site you should have a look at ishttp://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=286980

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