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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DVD player playing while driving
It's not that difficult. Get a two position toggle switch and run the wire that normally goes to the brake, into one end of the toggle. Then run a wire from the other end of the toggle to a ground. Whenever the message comes up on the screen about viewing while driving, flip the toggle switch on then off and it will bypass the safety feature. That's how I did mine and two other buddies of mine.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
On the wiring harness there is a green parking sensor wire (PRK SW) that you have to hook up. All you have to do is ground that anywhere on the chassis of the car then youll be set.
Posted on May 09, 2009
I would just like to add that I have a Sony DVD player and a Sony TV. The Sony TV's remote is preprogrammed to control the DVD player, so I didn't have to mess with remote control codes or anything.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: My radio does not play
You didn't mention the brand of stereo but, the standard is that the unit's parking brake wire ( light green) must see a ground for the dvd playback to function. Most stereos you could just attach it to ground but the Pioneer units have a different configuration.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
SOURCE: Video will not play.
there is a wire (pink i believe) that is labeled emergency brake. If connected to the e-brake it sends a ground when the e-brake is engaged that enables video. This is to ensure that you are not driving (are in park) while watching video. To work around this, simply take the pink wire and ground it out. You can do this by attaching it to the chasis or by splicing it in to the ground wire (I believe it was black, but double check before doing any splicing).
good luck with your player!
Posted on May 30, 2011
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