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How do you bypass the parking brake hook up on the Pioneer AVHP3200BT so dvds can be viewed while driving?

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You need to toggle the ground. can be accomplished with a regular relay: pins 85 & 30 -> ground, 86 -> remote turnon, 87 -> green parking brake wire

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I have a pioneer avh-p2300dvd in my car and i hooked up the parking break input to +12 volts because i want to be able to watch dvd's while driving(for my son in passenger seat) now my screen is stuck...


The parking brake (light green) connection needs to be connected to a (-) ground (black) wire, not a +12V wire. While it won't damage the unit to put +12V power to that wire, it does need to see a (-) chassis ground to view video while in motion. If changing this wire to ground still doesn't offer the solution, your Pioneer may require wiring of a relay as is necessary on several newer Pioneer navigation units.
Some Pioneer radios will still not allow video to be viewed even if the parking brake wire is grounded. For these units, I recommend using a standard 12V automotive relay (Bosch type). I would recommend consulting a professional installer if you are unsure about wiring this relay. Otherwise, if you are comfortable/knowledgeable, the instructions for wiring the relay are as follows:
85 - chassis ground86 - Blue/white stripe (remote turn-on lead from Pioneer)87 - chassis ground30 - Light green (parking brake lead of Pioneer)
The wiring of the relay will cause the parking brake lead to see the ground wire at the same time that the Pioneer actually powers up. This delay can be necessary for viewing video. An optional timing device can be wired in to do the same function such as PAC electronics' PTR-7.
The message that you are receiving for "screen image may appear reversed" is typically only visible when a reverse camera is used. For this, the Pioneer has a separate purple/white stripe wire for +12V reverse input.
I hope that this information was helpful.- Elliot

Nov 09, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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I can not get the video to play on the screen


there is a ground wire that go's to you park brake make shur it is hooked up and the park brake is on if that is not hooked up right it wont work. if you tryed to bypass the park brake every time you turn on you radio to paly a video you have to unground it and then re ground it for it to work

Jul 21, 2011 | Pioneer AVHP3200BT Car Video Player

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I just did a clean install on this sytem it works great and everything but I have one small issue... I am waiting to go to the audio store tomorrow to buy a 12v relay to bypass the parking brake so I will...


Get a toggle switch and have a ground wire and take that ground wire and put it on the on side of the switch and take the parking break wire that's coming from the dvd player and out it in the off side and

Jan 22, 2011 | Pioneer AVHP3200BT Car Video Player

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I have a AVH P3200BT and when I try to play a DVD , I get sound but no video. Please advise...


Are you trying to view while driving if so the unit is not supposed to play that way. If you are parked you need to engage the parking brake. Its illegal to have video showing while moving. Most installers know how to do it but arent supposed to do it because they can get sued for setting it up that way in your car if you get in an accident

Nov 17, 2010 | Pioneer AVHP3200BT Car Video Player

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How do i bypass the brake safety switch on a pionner avh-p4000


CONNECT A SWITHC TO THE PARKING BRAKE WIRE ONE OF THE PINS FROM THE SWITCH TO GROUND AND THE OTHER SIDE TO THE PARKING BRAKE WIRE.

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How do i bypass the parking brake switch in order for my video to play


Take the wire that they tell you to hook to your parking brake and hook it to ground instead.

Feb 27, 2009 | Pioneer Car Audio & Video

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Bypass


is there an override code I could put in instead of the toggle switch?

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