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Brake bypass i need help figure out the brake bypass

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  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2007

    Hi, I have the same problem, I tried to do so, the pink cable is connected to ground, and no way to get the video signal what can I do? It´s necessary a Relay?

  • caraudio Jan 03, 2008

    i need to bypass my e-brake for a dvd player in a dodge dekoda.

  • nicolenell Feb 20, 2009

    how can you work it with out hooking it to the e brake



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Just run a toggle switch from the pink wire on one side and a ground on the other and ground it to your ground wire on radio put dvd in wait till you hear the sound and flip switch off and on movie will show even while driving this is for all e brake problems i know this is how i ran mine and everyone else

Posted on Mar 11, 2008


Is there a bypass code for a vr3 and does any one know what it is and how to put it in?

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I used to work at a car audio and video shop installing well car audio and video. on the older model jensen headunits we used to install a toggle switch that connected the pink brake wire to ground and you would have to have the switch turned off before you put a dvd in. once you put the dvd in you would have to flip the switch on for three seconds then back off for three seconds and then again flip it on and leave it on. this should bypass the brake wire. it takes a little bit of practice to do it but once you get then hang of it, its easy. now on the newer jensen and phase linear headunits you would have to acces the settings menu, then you on the remote you would have to input the following code. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0. once this is done a secondary settings menu will pop up. on this menu you will have the option to turn the brake override feature on or off. hope this solve most of your problems.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

What you have to do is trick out the dash. Turn on your indash, put a movie and play it. It should say that your brake has to be on to play. When that screen pops up you have to ground the pink wire in a particular way.. first you have to touch the brake wire to the ground for a second or two, take it off for like 5 seconds and then touch it again to the ground for about another 2.. repeat that for a couple of times, it should work rite away though. i heard that alpine are more complicated but works on other cheaper brands

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No, actually, you need a prewired toggle switch. connect the pink wire to this and the other end to the e-brake. now you also need another piece of wire to connect to the e-brake connection (plate that makes contact with the e-brake) or just to ground.
when this is all done, with the toggle switch on, turn the car on. it should still give the warning message. wait about 5 seconds and switch to the off position. wait another 5 seconds and turn back on.
note: you will have to do this every time you start your car.

Posted on Oct 29, 2007

Just attatch the pink wire to ground (the black one). Your DVD will play any time (may be illegal in your country/state/province.

Posted on Sep 14, 2007

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By bypassing, you are simulating this condition even if in reality, the emergency/parking brake is not activated/engaged.

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