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I'm not sure if this has been posted before or if this is in the right section.

Here's a video I made explaining how to hook up a e-brake bypass relay for most video head units. With a brief explanation of how a relay works.

Here is a diagram of how it should hook up.

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1994 - Mazda B3000 (Daily/Toy/Show)

2002 - Mazda Protege (Daily)

1995 - Hyundai Accent (R.I.P.)

1984 - Bronco II (Restoration Project)

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What would happen if you just ground your e-brake wire directly to ground?

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It wouldn't work. The head unit needs a fresh signal every time. Some people say it will work but I haven't seen it work.

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1994 - Mazda B3000 (Daily/Toy/Show)

2002 - Mazda Protege (Daily)

1995 - Hyundai Accent (R.I.P.)

1984 - Bronco II (Restoration Project)

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pioneer and sony I know you can just ground. alpine and eclipse, need... well alpine I know for sure, need the relay or similar

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My pioneer wouldn't work by just grounding it. Hence the relay video.

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1994 - Mazda B3000 (Daily/Toy/Show)

2002 - Mazda Protege (Daily)

1995 - Hyundai Accent (R.I.P.)

1984 - Bronco II (Restoration Project)

Youtube Channel

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