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Old 05-17-2019, 10:02 AM   #41 (permalink)
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I have an 06 with the RSE DVD player in the back. The dvd will only play in the rear monitor wether I’m in park with parking brake engaged or not. Does this mod/hack make it to where the dvd play in the front as well? So if I’m in park and my kids are in the back and one is in the front they can all watch the same movie.
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Old 05-17-2019, 10:31 AM   #42 (permalink)
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This is a stupid thing to do - risking lives, its a distraction
try explaining to insurance company if they prove you modified the car in the event of an accident


No kidding. My god. Y'all deserve a Darwin award for the technical prowess being displayed here.
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Not anymore dangerous than fiddling with the radio or looking over to look at your gps directions. On both occasions you’d be taking your eyes off the road. If you’re a responsible driver and pay attention to the road and not let things like this distract you, then it’s a non issue. I drive everything from a motorcycle to an 18 wheeler and have no problems whatsoever.
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Old 05-17-2019, 11:55 AM   #44 (permalink)
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If your kids are watching a DVD in the back seat and you have done this hack then just push the audio button under the front screen twice (its above your dash radio) and you will be able to see the DVD on your front screen as well
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If your kids are watching a DVD in the back seat and you have done this hack then just push the audio button under the front screen twice (its above your dash radio) and you will be able to see the DVD on your front screen as well
No. Haven’t done the jack just yet. I didn’t know that we could watch the dvd in the front as well when in park. Thanks 🙏🏼
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Not anymore dangerous than fiddling with the radio or looking over to look at your gps directions. On both occasions you’d be taking your eyes off the road. If you’re a responsible driver and pay attention to the road and not let things like this distract you, then it’s a non issue. I drive everything from a motorcycle to an 18 wheeler and have no problems whatsoever.


Have you ever wondered why audio controls are on the wheel? How about why navigation talks to you? I'll ignore the 18 wheeler comment, as I'm sure professional truckers (like those in my family) have a problem with this whole discussion.
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