Question about Pioneer DEH-P6800MP CD Player
I have a DEH-P6800MP model radio. I left my lights on one day, the battery died and i got a jump, but after the car restarted, the radio never turned back on, and it hasn't since. What happened? is there anyway i can fix this without having to buy a new radio?
Have you checked the fuse at the back of the head unit. You will need to extract the head unit from the slot. There is a small blade fuse near to where the wiring harness connects to the back of the unit. Check it to see if it has blown. It normally is a red 10amp fuse.
Also check your main fuse board.
Hope this helps
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