Watch Dvd's While Driving
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i am going to post it as a sticky.
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Posted 08 April 2005 - 05:04 AM
last night i did the wire cut and bypass on my '02 LX470.
it took all of 20 minutes and 15 was spent on popping out the wood trim panel.
i'd have to say that it made me nervious to cut wires on multi$$$ nav.
but now that it works, it is absolutely fantastic.
i should have done this when i first got the car.
Posted 22 May 2005 - 05:12 AM
I just made the DVD bypass on my 2002 LX470 and it only took about 20 minutes. It works great now. The only hard part was getting the dash panel out. I had never attempted anything like this before, but after I did it I found it was actually very simple. I also added a simple toggle switch discretely below the dash that I wired from the two ends of the lavender wire so that I can "re-connect" the speed sensor if I need to demonstrate that the dvd won't operate while driving. This is fantastic. I have been listening to DVD's for 2 years now, now my wife and kids can watch while we drive. I am a hero in my house. Thanks for the great advice.
Does anyone know WHERE the actual Speed Sensor Unit is? Could it just be UNPLUGGED so those of us afraid of wire cutting could do this too?