Question about Alpine INA-W900BT Car Video Player
To install it you need to buy a dash kit for your car from walmart or amazon.com then you buy for your model and car the wire adapter kit. plain and simple from there. colored wires connected together easy as plug and play. to by pass the e-brake you need to buy a relay.
here is something i wrote up awhile ago for a buddy to bypass his after he took pictures of his model back.
On the back on the unit there should be an additional wire labeled as the "Parking Brake" or something to that effect. Law implies that this should be spliced into the Parking Brake wire (which is essentially a constant hot which becomes a ground when engaged). So the obvious thing here is to simply ground the Parking Brake wire on the back of the radio. This can be done just splicing it into the black wire on the radio harness.
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Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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