Question about Pioneer AVIC-S1 GPS Receiver
I was wondering if you has any solution to that? I picked up a used one Igot the same problem.
For your small problem buy an extended range antenna for the pioneer avic model that you have to extend the antenna range of the GPS. They're inexpensive look around you'll find one. I own one and it works great with my Avic S1 and no more dropped signals...................It connects to the back of your Gps through the small hole that is gold that is where you connect the antenna................
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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