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Discussion in 'Generation 4 - Exterior Mods' started by Laramie Brown, Oct 6, 2019.

  1. Laramie Brown

    Laramie Brown New Member

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    Has anyone used the tr-7 universal trigger bypass to bypass the safety feature of having g the shifter in park or the parking brake engaged I purchased one pretty cheap but installing it could be time consuming does anyone know which wires from the parking brake and shifter to connect to

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    I just used Forscan to activate NAV IN MOTION. Took care of that real quick.
     
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    My sho is a 2011 I heard there are not all the modules show up in forscan do you know if it is possible for a 2011 and that makes the dvd player work while in gear I've looked around in the software and while I have it connected to the car but haven't changed anything dont quite understand it

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    Enabling 'Nav-in-motion' with FORScan only allows you to enter navigation destinations while in motion. It doesn't make the Aux video input available while in motion.

    Since the title is 'bypass DVD' I'm assuming this question is in regard to the aux video input.
     

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