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 JoKer said:

check fuses?

ones under the bonnet AND the ones by drivers feet

That would be the only thing i can think of also, popped fuse.

I cant think of anything else you could break, while changing stereo, that would knock out central locking.

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 bronx said:

Nz i think There wires out the back that need to be hooked up but cant seem to figure out where they go Pink Brown Says you have to hook up handbreak Tryed that and nothin happind >:(

yeah thats so the handbreak has to be set before you can watch anything....

coz technically its not legal to watch movies and be driving at the same time lol

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I think that handbrake goes to the handbrake signal. You can fake it with a seperate powered switch as a middle man but easier to goto handbrake signal wire under the centre console.

I would suspect the video and sound for the video shouldnt work at all if it needs the handbrake signal.

OR you could run it off the constant power feed of the headunit so it thinks it has a handbrake signal.

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 Swindog said:

I think that handbrake goes to the handbrake signal. You can fake it with a seperate powered switch as a middle man but easier to goto handbrake signal wire under the centre console.

I would suspect the video and sound for the video shouldnt work at all if it needs the handbrake signal.

OR you could run it off the constant power feed of the headunit so it thinks it has a handbrake signal.

or this haha ;D

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 bronx said:

Will try power wire 2moro and hope it works Churrrrrrrrrr for info

FYI, dont hook it up to a 12v supply.. Most likely will go bang if its a cheapish head unit.

For best results, and a work around to avoid hooking it up to the handbrake signal wire, connect it to the head units amp signal wire ( the one that tells the amp to turn on/off ).

Thats how i do it anyways.

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