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this until has a safety feature installed that will not let you view video while in motion. it has a light green wire on the back that is supposed to be connected to the cars ebrake wire so that in order to view video you would have to have your ebrake ingaged. it also allows you to be able to type in address for the navigation. if this wire is not connect or not connected properly, you will get a messages that says drive can not view video will driving..
Having the car in "park" is not the key. The unit needs to see a 'ground' on the light green wire that attaches to the parking brake. (see manual). You can get around this by installing a toggle switch OR a relay that will user the 'amp remote' wire as the trigger.
You can reset your DVD recorder by: Making sure that the recorder is on and that the disc tray is empty Using the front panel controls, press and hold STOP and press STANDBY/ON. The recorder will turn off and all settings will be re-set.
In order to watch the AV source in the AVIC-D2 or to have all the NAVI function while driving you must do the following: 1. Ground the original parking wire (Must Do) 2. There will be a open pin in the wiring harness under the ground wire. You must also ground this pin. I just pulled the wire out from the cellular mute pin and stuck it in the new pin and grounded it.