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Old 07-02-2012, 08:19 PM
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trying to bypass handbrake DVD block

ordered a bypass ..seems like a simple 3 wire connection, but I can't find the amp/remote turn on wire...and it says not to connect it to the power antenna wire.

anyone know which color the amp/remote turn on wire is for the 5th gens
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Re: trying to bypass handbrake DVD block

If it is an aftermarket headunit....i'm pretty sure the wire is blue/white. you can use that. if you can't find that then hook it into the switched 12 volt wire for the headunit. orange if i remember right. maybe orange/white. can't remember right now.
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Re: trying to bypass handbrake DVD block

if it is aftermarket it will have a wire that will usually be hooked up to the ebrake, just ground it out somewhere and viola
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if it is aftermarket it will have a wire that will usually be hooked up to the ebrake, just ground it out somewhere and viola
That doesnt work with quality dvd/navi units. That only works with the cheaper kenwood units.
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Re: trying to bypass handbrake DVD block

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if it is aftermarket it will have a wire that will usually be hooked up to the ebrake, just ground it out somewhere and viola
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That doesnt work with quality dvd/navi units. That only works with the cheaper kenwood units.
Thats what i did with my first Pioneer DVD player. Mind you this was the very first touch screen flip out back in 2003.
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Re: trying to bypass handbrake DVD block

i dont have a kenwood and it worked on mine, granted it isnt the best double din ever it isnt the cheapest out there either. either way sorry i was just trying to help, thank you for correcting me.
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Re: trying to bypass handbrake DVD block

which model dvd player is it, There is a specific work around that is not real hard on the newer pioneer units, I just did it to mine a month or two ago.
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