Thank you for your solution, it works great,,,also thanks for pointing out saftey concerns, which i agree with, but I think you went to far suggesting I was one of those folks who do "dumb stuff"...thats what you should feel ashamed about BECAUSE this radio is being installed in the back of a limo,,but thanks for the tip it did work
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Re: brake bypass for Sony cdx-m9900
Ok I have to say this before helping you. This is a safety feature, when you are driving you should be driving not watching a video, now since this is a technical forum and not a saftey forum here is your answer.
First get a toggle switch conncet one end to ground and the other to the wire so that on means grounded and off is ungrounded. this way when you are driviing it will look like the parking break is on. Now some systems are smart and look for a series of things to indicate that the safety protocols may have been defeated, so what you need to do is test this out when the car is moving throw the toggle switch into the grounded position and your video should play. when you stop the car and exit put the switch into the off position. This should work for you. Again don't do this because you should have your full attention on the road.
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Yellow=memory or constant power
Blue/blue w/white=Amp remote
Speakers are white/white w/stripe= front left
grey/grey w/stripe =front right
purple/purple w/stripe rear left
Green/green w/stripe rear right
If its a dvd player one wire will be for brake "ground" (have to be in park in order to watch movie unless bypassed)
Yellow: battery constant 12v
Red: Ignition 12v
Black: GND ground
White and White with Black stripe: Left front speaker. White is positive (+)
Grey and Grey with Black stripe: Right front speaker. Grey is positive. (+)
Green and Green with Black stripe: Left rear speaker. Green is positive. (+)
Purple and Purple with Black stripe: Right rear speaker. Purple is positive. (+)
Blue: Antena remote turn on.
Blue with Wite stripe: Amplifier remote turn on.
I think thats all of them.
Make sure to connect your positives and negative correctly or you will have phasing problems.
sounds like you are using the antenna remote wire (blue) to turn the amp on. you need to use the amp remote wire(blue/white stripe). when you go to cd or any other function besides tuner power is shut off to the antenna remoter wire.
red is B+ black is ground dark blue with white stripe is remote for amp blue is power antenna yellow is ignition white and white with black stripe is front left gray and gray with black stripe is front right green and green with black stripe is back left purple and purple with black stripe is back right
The security device was created to avoid you from watching DVD's while driving. It is simple to bypass. Simply take the parking brake wire (blue/yellow stripe wire) and connect it to the a ground wire (all black wire). This will trick the DVD player into thinking that the car is in park with the parking brake on at all times.
According to FCC law all aftermarket sterio equipment has to have the same code, they may be diffrent
as for the ford
Black Wire - Ground
Black With White Stripe Wire - Right Rear Speaker
Light Blue With Red Stripe Wire - From Light Switch To Radio (light) (Headlights)
Light Green With Yellow Stripe Wire - Hot At All Times To Radio
Orange With Black Stripe Wire - From Light Switch To Radio (Light) (Parking)
Orange With Red Stripe Wire - Right Rear Speaker
Red Wire - To Ground With Black Wire
Yellow With Black Stripe Wire - Hot In Accessory Or Run To Radio