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    Icon14 Parking Brake bypass??

    I was wondering if anyone here knows how to bypass the parking brake wiring on an in-dash DVD system so that the parking brake doesn't need to be pulled for the monitor to work. Any help at all would be awesome!







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    I believe you just ground the wire that is supposed to connect to the parking break...





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    Originally posted by snova031
    I believe you just ground the wire that is supposed to connect to the parking break...
    thats how i did mine....



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    yeah just ground is to a differnt ground source... if its an alpine.. then theirs a few other things youll have to do.. but my pioneer.. i just grounded the EBrake ground w/ the normal ground...




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    THANKS!!!!!

    Thanks for the help everyone! I figured it was just a simple ground but I definitely needed the reassurance. Thanks again!!!




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    i have the alpine cva-1003. does anyone know how to bypass it? do i ground both the hand brake wire and brake pedal wire? thanks for any info or help.




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    Re: THANKS!!!!!

    Originally posted by Drewpy187
    Thanks for the help everyone! I figured it was just a simple ground but I definitely needed the reassurance. Thanks again!!!
    Do me a favor chief, please do not spam the entire board with your questions. I think I read this same post in four of the other forums.




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    Whoops, sorry about that....

    I apologize, I'm new to the forum and I must have mistakenly posted the message on all the boards. I do appreciate the help!




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    Re: Whoops, sorry about that....

    Originally posted by Drewpy187
    I apologize, I'm new to the forum and I must have mistakenly posted the message on all the boards. I do appreciate the help!
    No problem. It just clutters up the boards, and as you can tell it's pretty easy to get an answer in any forum.




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