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This is also available at www.coastaletech.com with videos on installation in various vehicles , but none on the 2010 mustang yet. Seems like a simple install.
I'll be ordering one when my tax check comes in next week.
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Ive got a 2011 with navigation. and the car is a manual. I can only play a DVD when the e-brake is on. Now, when am I ever going to just sit in the car and watch a movie??? I think it would be cool to play a dvd with music videos while cruzing (too bad I can't play them randomly).
I know what people are thinking....And for me I don't think it would be a distraction. I wouldn't really watch them...but its cool for showing off to the person going along with me for a ride. I would never watch a DVD while driving. Ill wait till I'm on my couch. Anyway...has anybody hot wired the e-brake to get around this? does it not work this way....ideas?
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