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Put in new car battery, now can't get aux to work

My daughter plays her MP3 player through the Pioneer by plugging it into what I suppose is called a pigtail, and setting the Source to Aux. All was fine until I replaced the car battery, now I can't get the Aux function to come up on the display. It normally comes up by pressing the Source button. I tried reactivating the aux function per my manual's instructions by repeatedly pressing Function, but it won't show Aux, thus I can't turn Aux back on which I believe would make it show up again as an option in Source.

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  • chauncey2 Mar 23, 2009

    i have the same problem. i followed these steps, and i can now switch into aux mode, however i cannot hear my mp3 player. i checked to make sure it was playing and turned the volume on the mp3 as well as the head unit up. but still nothing.

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Hi there
hold down the source button to turn off the unit (unit must be off)
now hold down the function button till it beeps once it has done this press the function button i think 3 or 4 times and you will get a message on your deck unit saying (aux - on,off) turn on and press the source button to turn the unit back on to the CD or radio now press source button2 or 3 times till Aux shows up (press means push it let it go) (hold means don't take your finger off button)
hope this solves your problem

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

  • scottandtish Jan 21, 2011

    You are THE MAN!!! So stinkin' easy! Thank you!

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