Question about Car Audio & Video
No - I've seen about a million people on here asking about a bypass code. They don't exist. What you have to do is take the peach-colored wire in the harness and run it to a ground (find a screw installed into the metal framework inside the dash), and put a switch on the wire, so you can break and reconnect the connection at will. Normally you'll leave the switch closed (activated, toggled, so the ground connection is made).
When you want to watch a DVD, put in the disc. When the blue screen comes up, flip the switch off, wait 3-5 seconds, and flip it on again. The movie will come up, and you'll get to drive away with your movie playing.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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