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AsianeXchange
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Oct 27, 9:11pm - #311791 
Bypassing dvd player while driving option?

i have a dvd pioneer deck... it has a parking brake wire... i was wondering if there's anyway to tap it somewhere else so i can play videos while im driving? or is there anyway to bypass this...???

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Oct 27, 9:22pm - #311792 
I wouldn't. Its not safe to watch movies while driving. I don't know about Texas, but in Cali, you can get rolled for doing that. thumbsdown


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Oct 27, 10:08pm - #311793 
Not using the parking brake wire?

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Oct 27, 10:14pm - #311794 
Originally Posted by AsianeXchange

i have a dvd pioneer deck... it has a parking brake wire... i was wondering if there's anyway to tap it somewhere else so i can play videos while im driving? or is there anyway to bypass this...???


yes
tape the green wire of the player (the one you're supposed to put on hand brake) to any ground wire or just ground it on the body's chassis
i taped mine on a ground wire
works ok
just be sure you're not playing any movies while on city streets
on high way it's great for road trips so that your friends don't bug you - just drive responsibly tho

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Oct 27, 11:12pm - #311795 
sweet, thanx man thumbsup


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Oct 28, 12:21am - #311796 
just click your e-brake up one notch, i do and it works.

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Oct 28, 3:07am - #311797 
Yup easy as pie..The green terquoise color just ground that bitch out!

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Oct 28, 5:53am - #311798 
Or you could buy a bypass on eBay that would cost you like $30. That way you could turn it ON and OFF whenever you want. This is especially good when you get pulled over or whenever you see a cop that is near because like everyone is saying, its illegal to have video while the car is in motion.


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Oct 28, 8:33am - #311799 
Just ground the wire.. Worked for me... thumbsup

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Oct 28, 10:15am - #311800 
Originally Posted by BATmobile
just click your e-brake up one notch, i do and it works.



yups. thumbsup

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Oct 28, 10:29am - #311801 
Click one up, switch with ground, or ground it directly. All works. thumbsup


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Oct 29, 12:05pm - #311802 
cool


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Oct 29, 10:39pm - #311803 
I have a switch wired up to mine, so i can kill it quick if need be, if i would get pulled over. The switch makes the dvd player think the parking break is on.


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Oct 29, 10:43pm - #311804 
Originally Posted by GTSbyTRD
I have a switch wired up to mine, so i can kill it quick if need be, if i would get pulled over. The switch makes the dvd player think the parking break is on.


i was gonna say... a toggle switch for 2 bucks is better than something on ebay for 30.

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