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Factory navigation i want to be able to play dvds when my car is in drive.....?? 09 mitsubishi lancer

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What??? this guy dosen't know what hes talking about. it depends what kind of indash it is. usually you can just bypass it by grounding out the wire thats supposed to go to the e-brake handle. its usually a single green wire, that when the e-brake is up, the screen should turn on, but once its grounded it thinks that the ebrake is up. in other cases, i have an alpine and it needed to be hooked up to a switch that when from my brake sensor to the indash.

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To do this, you will need a bypass module that will give you video input to the unit (reverse cam, etc.) Your vehicle is new, so this may not be available yet. Try contacting a company called NavTV as they make numerous adapters for unlocking factory video screens.

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