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Brown parking line

What do i connect this wire to?

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4 months and nobody answered this for ya?? This unit is designed to prevent video operation while the vehicle is in motion, connect the brown parking wire to the parking brake indicator. Or, to bypass the safety application, simply connect the brown parking wire to the ground wire.

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