I bought a hack code on ebay for my 04 dts with nav/dvd you just held the music note button for a few seconds and a number pad would come on the screen to enter the code 1791 worked for mine give it a try
everyone knows that code
its free if you asked or searched
you got raped
The key is to perform the button mash twice...the first time you will get the cold reset screen...that's O.K. it's supposed to do that...just do the button sequence again and the movie will still be playing...release the parking brake and viola...rolling DVD enjoyment. Some folks have stated that the headlamp switch can't be in the auto position but mine worked in both settings. Just remember KEEP YOUR EYES TO THE JOB AT HAND WHILE DRIVING.... have fun. "V"s ROCK:thumbsup:
but people would have to SEARCH before asking redundant questions
apparently people cant be bothered to do that....
i wasnt tryin to be an ass about it sry if it came off that way
more like i hate ass holes like that who take advantage of people off ebay
theres another guy there who selling the way to pull codes on a cadillac rofl
and another guy on how to do a northstar water pump
^^ Yeah those auction sellers should be beat up in my view. Its just exploitation. :nono:
There is now a seller on Ebay selling an override system for 07 Escalade. Search ebay for item no 150071452818 or seller id boggy111. It is about $600. Company name is Platinum Mobile in NY at 718-339-0099. I wrote one buyer who said it took an hour to install and worked fine. Wish I could get a referral fee but really, just passing on what I found as I appreciate all of you who do the same.
$600?! Seems pricey! :(
I read a few pages of this thread and thought I might know something you could try -
my friend bought an aftermarket in-dash monitor with dvd, etc. I wired it all in for him. There was a wire that was supposed to run to the parking brake. Only problem, we wanted it to work all the time, another problem, too much of a pain in the ass to get the wire down to the parking brake. I figured out how this mechanism works - when the parking brake is engaged, 12 volts (common electrical current for almost if not all car accessories) is used to send a signal to several things in the car - light on dash or in instrument cluster to tell you the parking brake is on, etc. since it only played when the wire was receiving 12 volts from the engaged parking brake.
THE FIX - I went to the wiring harness for the monitor - unwrapped the electrical tape and soldered the wire onto the 12 volt positive wire and re-taped. Works like a charm all the time now.
You can buy a unlock code from E-bay
I did and it now plays in gear going down the road
ok-what is it?