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Old 01-01-2019, 02:23 PM
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Hi I have a new radio for my dc and it was a wire for the ebrake and a wire to know when 8ts in reverse so the reverse cam will come on . So I was woundering where I would find the ebrakesensor wire and does a 5spd have a reverse sensor
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What’s the brand and model # of the radio?
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Old 01-07-2019, 03:24 PM
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It's just a cheap flip up from boss. But that shouldent matter where the sensors are located on my integra. I know where the wire on the radio just dont know where the are on the car. I figure the ebrake wire by the ebrake but have no idea where the reverse wire is located that senses your in reverse especially on a 5spd
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Old 01-10-2019, 08:07 PM
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Reverse light can be tagged at the tail light harness.
Emergency brake can be tagged at the center console.
Use a multimeter to verify that you are connecting to the correct wires.
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There no closer reverse wire then the tail light. Like in the fuse panel
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There's also a possibility that the ebrake wire can go straight to ground to bypass having the ebrake on to watch video. Unless you want that safety feature. If not, and simply grounding the wire doesn't work, there's another way to bypass it using a relay.
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