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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One color wire, brown, is the only wire that powers all these lights. Since the fuse is good, and power is going out from the fuse box, this brown wire has to be broken somewhere clos to the fuse box. Or just disconnected. Newer vehicles are normally a different color WITH the brown tracer running it's full length. Either way, brown is the wire you need to be sure is a complete connection.
no numbers, tags or colors on the motor leads or the wiring? Tracing each wire, investigating for clues may get you in the right path. A motor with a capacitor is wired so that two motor wires, (T1 and T2) connect to power (L1 and L2) and a third wire connects only to a capacitor, the other side of the capacitor connects to line 2.
If the motor has 4 wires, then two wires connect to power and the two brown motor wires connect to a capacitor.
Motors with a brown wire with a white line is the same wire as a white wire off the motor. This makes the sold brown wire connect to a capacitor by itself and the brown with a white streak or the white wire connect to the other side of the capacitor where a power line wire connects and the other power line connects to the remaining motor wire. Confused? Draw it out on paper as explained and draw what is actualy on your unit.
the Brown wire controls the mute function on the aftermarket hands-free kit,
Pink Parking Brake wire coming off the back of the unit. This is a safety feature that only allows you to view video while the car is parked. If you wish to bypass this the wire, then it does not need to be connected.
can tape them off
can tape them off
can tape them off
the wire that is marked "connect to parking brake" is a normal earth wire so you don't have connect it to the parking brake find a good body earth and connect it [make sure it's secure] you will find this wire on the wiring harness it's usually brown.goodluck
THE truck rear light wires are as follows dark blue is rt turn light blue is left turn and brown is park lights. the trailer wiring would be brown park and yellow is one side turn left is another cant remember off top my head which side those are.
It would be easiest, and best, if you were to upgrade the cars' trailer connector. The 4 way just supplies brake, parking, turnsignal, and a ground. The colors are the same on the 6 way, but 2 lines are added, usually for a electric brake controller and aux. circuit. Be careful about using the battery line (Red) on the 6 way connector unless you are also upgrading the white wire to a heavier gauge (at least the same size as red).
Green - Stop and Right Turn Signal (4/5/6/7 way) Yellow - Stop and Left Turn Signal (4/5/6/7 way) Brown - Running Lights (tail, side, tag) (4/5/6/7 way) White - Ground / Negative (4/5/6/7) Blue - Electric Brakes (5/6/7 way) Red - Aux. charge line for emergency break away, battery charger, etc. (7 way) Purple - Aux. backup lights / other purpose (7 way)
the wiring is pretty staright forward.
-white wire to a good ground,
-brown wire to parking light brown at left light assembly on the van.
-yellow wire to left turn/brake light to yellow at left light assembly
-green wire to right turn/brake light to drk green at right light assembly