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    confused pioneer x4400bt parking brake wire

    in the manual it states that the light green cable should be connected to the power side of the of the parking brake switch where can this cable be found i have a 53 plate vectra i am thinking its the brown and white cable that is connected to the side of the handbrake which u can just to say see if u look in to the handbrake any help would be apreiciated

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    Stop lol stop looking and connect the green wire to a screw on the side of the headunit then can have a DVD on whenever

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    would that actually work

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    It sure does always do it to mine

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    Aye.....
    connect it to any earth mate

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    I have a pioneer app radio which you cant put a disc in all done via iphone i have rear park camera would this still work if i have film on phone ?

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    yep. I got the sph da100 all works whilst driving

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