20 Most Recent Pioneer DEH-P3000 CD Player Questions & Answers


The wiring diagram is on the second page of this installation manual: http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/StaticFiles/PUSA/Files/DEHP3000IBInstallationManual1023.pdf

Pioneer... | Answered on Sep 24, 2013


sometimes the connectors on the faceplate get dirty, use a pencil eraser to carefully clean those connections

Pioneer... | Answered on Mar 23, 2013


no, there is no interchangeable faceplate.
check for a used one on eBay.

THIS faceplate is at $11.50 USD.

Enter deh-p3000ib faceplate in the search.

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Pioneer... | Answered on Nov 14, 2011


please email me at cardenderek@yahoo.com and i will get a manual to you. Thank you.

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Pioneer... | Answered on Aug 27, 2011


it could be one of 3 spots on your deck
1 bottom right look for a rca head phone jack
2 top right look for a usb connector
3 back of deck look for rca leads

Pioneer... | Answered on Mar 23, 2011


You can follow these steps to set the clock on this unit.

Clock adjustment is performed in the "Initial Settings" menu. Please follow the instructions below to access time setting.

Press & Hold [OFF] (power/source button)
Pres & Hold [Muti-Control] (big button that controls volume) until "Clock Set" Appears
Turn [Muti-Control] to choose setting
Press [Muti-Control] to enter setting


Time Setting:
Press [Muti-Control] to select time setting mode
Press [Muti-Control] to select time segment. Each press will select one segment of clock
Turn [Muti-Control], or click up/down to adjust time segment.

Pioneer... | Answered on Nov 09, 2010


There would not have been any problem if you could have swittched off power to the set immediately when it got water logged. Now there is a possibilty that some of your sensitive electronics have got shorted with the conductivity of water. If you are lucky then follow this: take the set out and taken the panels and the main unit out. remove carefully without any damage while removing. use a hair dryer and carefully use to expell moisture. please do not overheat but use it in intervals for about 12 hours. assemble the set after your inspection shows total dryness. If you notice any while smears of electrolysis, then use petrol to dry the PCB but do NOT use in Plastics, mechanism or panel display. Reassemle and test. Good luck. Good day

Pioneer... | Answered on Jul 20, 2010


Hi and thank you for using fixya:
Please go to radio shack or any local electronics store. the second option you will be more helpful to you as they can identify any cable combination you need for your harness to work correctly.
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Pioneer... | Answered on May 19, 2010


modified-life-logo.gif.com i had found a lot of free manual and wire diagram at this website, help me out maybe helps you out too..

Pioneer... | Answered on May 12, 2010




This was copied from the Pioneer support site:

Clock adjustment is performed in the "Initial Settings" menu. Please follow the instructions below to access time setting.

Press & Hold [OFF]
Pres & Hold [Muti-Control] until "Clock Set" Appears
Turn [Muti-Control] to choose setting
Press [Muti-Control] to enter setting


Time Setting:
Press [Muti-Control] to select time setting mode
Press [Muti-Control] to select time segment. Each press will select one segment of clock
Turn [Muti-Control], or click up/down to adjust time segments

Available functions:
Clock Set, Warn Tone, AUX 1, AUX 2, SW Control, Ever Scroll, BT Audio*, Pin Code Input*, BT Ver Info*

*Available only when bluetooth adaptor is connected

Pioneer... | Answered on Feb 24, 2010


This is not as straightforward as you may think.

You can certainly buy a generic adapter harness which will plug into the European DIN harness and then provide you with the bare wire tails to patch into. You may even find one which plugs directly into the rear of your head unit without the need for patching.

But you'll find that your head unit still won't work properly as the US uses a different FM channel range to Europe (US frequencies are odd, e.g.102.7, Euro frequencies are even e.g.102.8). The channel spacing is also different.

The radio itself cannot be converted, but you may be able to buy an external converter. It won't be cheap, and the head unit display will still always show the wrong frequencies. Channel changing may have to be done directly on the adapter and not on the head unit as I don't think that the DEH-P3000 has any way to communicate a request for a channel change to any external device and this also means that radio channel presetting may be impractical/impossible.

Considering that the DEH-P3000 is an obsolete unit and nothing special to begin with you can buy a brand new Euro-spec head unit of equivalent quality for less than the cost of adapting your unit and it will work correctly without any awkward Heath Robinson adaptations.

Sell your Pioneer back to the USA where it belongs or bin it as it's useless over here.

Pioneer... | Answered on Jan 25, 2010


Just buy a 3.5mm cable to go from your MP3 player to the "Aux In" jack on the front of the stereo. Plug that in and press "play" on your MP3 player and you're all set.

Pioneer... | Answered on Jan 25, 2010


try looking at the gray, white and green wires and see which position the wires with the black stripe are. you should be able to get a good idea which should be the purple/black from that.

Pioneer... | Answered on Dec 14, 2009


For most Pioneer single CD players, you can set the clock using the following steps:
  1. Press and hold the SOURCE button until the unit shuts off.
  2. Press and hold SOURCE again until the clock appears.
    *With some models you will press and hold the FUNCTION or AUDIO button instead of the SOURCE button.
  3. Press the left or right arrow to select the segment of time you wish to adjust.
  4. Press the up or down arrows to increase or decrease the numbers in the blinking segment.
  5. Once the clock is set correctly, press the SOURCE button to exit

Pioneer... | Answered on Nov 02, 2009


did you wire the radio yourself? it sounds like you have the yellow wire connected to a switched power source. the yellow wire needs to go to a power source which is always hot, or constant, whether the key is on or not.

Pioneer... | Answered on Oct 29, 2009


This also happened to me, I just replaced the cable and works fine now.

Pioneer... | Answered on Aug 17, 2009

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