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    Bypassed park brake

    Is bypassing the park brake worth the risk? Especially if the man is bad in your area? I thought about doing this, but I see this resulting in only one thing



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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    totally up to you man.....i bypassed mine with a toggle switch so it goes on/off when I want it.



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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    That's what I did too..⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧⇧




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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    Do it n watch vids when you're not in your area




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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    Just dont watch movies while your driving lol.



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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    Are the police now patrolling for persons that have overridden there parking brake wire from the head unit?

    I think they have bigger better things to worry abt.




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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    Quote Originally Posted by Staynlean View Post
    Are the police now patrolling for persons that have overridden there parking brake wire from the head unit?

    I think they have bigger better things to worry abt.
    right. But like they spot you without a seat belt they mighty pull you over with movie rolling.



    "When I listen to a stereo loudspeaker playback in my room and an auditory scene has formed in my mind, how would I know that what I hear is an accurate replica of an auditory scene that could be had at the recording venue? Or more generally, that this is an auditory scene that could have existed at all?"


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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    Quote Originally Posted by BlurredVision View Post
    Is bypassing the park brake worth the risk? Especially if the man is bad in your area? I thought about doing this, but I see this resulting in only one thing
    I bypassed mine but I haven't even used the deck for watching movies yet. I only bypassed it to get rid of the annoying blue screen (no video/apply parking brake message) when using the aux input source for audio on my deck (DDX419) :P



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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    bypassed mine as well, but I used a relay instead of a switch. Just convenient...



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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    I'm not necessarily gonna be watching it, but I like the idea of music videos playing. A local shop does it on their display units and I love it



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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    Bypassed mine. Don't watch movies while driving though but GF does on long trips.



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    Re: Bypassed park brake

    Quote Originally Posted by Durango03 View Post
    bypassed mine as well, but I used a relay instead of a switch. Just convenient...
    I didn't have to use a relay or a switch or anything. Just crimped the ground wires of the HU and wiring harness in with the "e-brake wire" on the HU. That's all that's needed to bypass it is to ground that wire and it's permanently bypassed.



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