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Hello! A toggle switch on the wire with the other side to ground...If you have the switch On when you turn the car on...Wait for Dual to boot-up...Then Off and back On...If it's Off when you turn the car on...On/Off/On...You might try permanently grounding the wire first before installing a switch...
Usually there is a handbrake connection that needs to be grounded to the chassis in order to bypass the screen lock. I normally wire it though a switch to ground and back to the handbrake, so if the car is inspected it works like it should.
Some units feature a footbrake wire that needs to be pulsed as well. This is harder to override. I use a bypass device from Peripheral called the PAC-TR7.
Its illegal to do but i have done it! You have to connect the brake wire to either the pos or neg wire! You need to find out which one it is thou, so attatch it to the negative first so you dont cause any damage if it doesnt work then connect it to the pos wire and it should work a treat for ya! I stress connect to neg first!!!!!!!!!!