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Beginner here! Pioneer head unit in a Toyota Corolla 2009


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Hi all,

 

I just got my hands on a pioneer head unit (AVH-2450BT) and according to the instructions, I need to install the "light green wire" (I ordered the aerpro pioneer to iso cable - to make it a simpler install) to the power supply of the handbrake sensor wiring thing. The problem is, where can I access/find the Corolla's handbrake sensor wiring thats close to the head unit location? I honestly don't think I need to ground the handbrake wire (the wire from pioneer head unit). I also don't want to wire in some bypass or whatever - just to be on the safe side and to aim for the most accurate install. Any info can help, pictures would deffs help 🙂 ...

 

I am literally using the aerpro range for this install - got the head unit install kit, ordered the pioneer secondary iso cable and pioneer patch cable... Really excited about this haha

 

Thanks 😄

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If you just earth it, you will be able to set it up to watch video without being in park. Note that this is illegal (for safety reasons) so that idiots don't watch video while driving instead of paying attention to the road.

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11 hours ago, Rickj said:

If you just earth it, you will be able to set it up to watch video without being in park. Note that this is illegal (for safety reasons) so that idiots don't watch video while driving instead of paying attention to the road.

Hi thanks for the reply... I could do that but I would rather prefer to wire in the handbrake bit properly... 🙂

 

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