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Old 03-03-2013, 12:14 AM   #1
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TOGGLE SWITCH

Where would b the best place to put multi toggle switch unit In a 2001 mustang gt

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Inside the center console... Keep it clean
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What's it for... Just curious
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That's what I was thinking ones for a break bypass for my radio so I can watch videos and ima put led lights in but the 3rd one is is for nothing lols so far
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That's what I was thinking ones for a break bypass for my radio so I can watch videos and ima put led lights in but the 3rd one is is for nothing lols so far
Is the brake bypass needed? On my dvd player all you have to do it move a pin on the harness and ground it and its a permeant fix.
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No switch needed for the bypass unless you need to fool the cops in case you get pulled over. I have a switch on my F150, but it's just a break in the line from where the bypass is grounded.
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No switch needed for the bypass unless you need to fool the cops in case you get pulled over. I have a switch on my F150, but it's just a break in the line from where the bypass is grounded.
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No switch needed for the bypass unless you need to fool the cops in case you get pulled over. I have a switch on my F150, but it's just a break in the line from where the bypass is grounded.
That is the beauty of where the factory stereo is located. Its low enough thnobody can see it. I had lower end dvd players in the past and the bypass never seemed to be permanent buy so far so good on my Pioneer.
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My clarion vz409 won't let the video play only audio so I need to trick it with the toggle
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