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hi, im new to this forum. anyways i have a question. i ave a 2002 land cruiser and something that pisses me off is that the gps/navigation wont allow me to type in an addresss while driving or watch a dvd while driving. im usually not the one to be watching while driving or typing in address haha that would be bad. however other people want to watch and type in address. is there a way to get passed this lock. a modification?

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hi, im new to this forum. anyways i have a question. i ave a 2002 land cruiser and something that pisses me off is that the gps/navigation wont allow me to type in an addresss while driving or watch a dvd while driving. im usually not the one to be watching while driving or typing in address haha that would be bad. however other people want to watch and type in address. is there a way to get passed this lock. a modification?

Yes, you have to supply a 12V line to the hand-brake connector on the rear of your Sat-Nav. Usually when the hand-brake is "on" it supplies 12V to the input on the back of the Sat-Nav system and nothing when the hand-brake is off; so if you supply a constant 12V feed to this connector it will think the hand-brake is "on" and therefore allow you to use the sat-nav system whilst on the move.

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hi, im new to this forum. anyways i have a question. i ave a 2002 land cruiser and something that pisses me off is that the gps/navigation wont allow me to type in an addresss while driving or watch a dvd while driving. im usually not the one to be watching while driving or typing in address haha that would be bad. however other people want to watch and type in address. is there a way to get passed this lock. a modification?

Yes, you have to supply a 12V line to the hand-brake connector on the rear of your Sat-Nav. Usually when the hand-brake is "on" it supplies 12V to the input on the back of the Sat-Nav system and nothing when the hand-brake is off; so if you supply a constant 12V feed to this connector it will think the hand-brake is "on" and therefore allow you to use the sat-nav system whilst on the move.

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