First you can download a manual for your model from Rosen's site. It explains all the on screen programing you can do. You'll need a fundtioning remote to do this I think. You can get one from a local Rosen dealer for about $35 (see deaker finder on Rosen's site. Yes your sound does come through the radio on 88.7 or 88.9FM througha modulator installed inside your dash. Otherwise you use infrared wireless earphones (Wal-Mart sells them). The "Speaker" button on the passenger side of the LCD screeen turns the car speakers on or offf.
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On page 36 of the Pioneer users manual, it describes how to set your audio for HDMI interconnect. Follow the directions, and hopefully it will work. You can down load the manual from the Pioneer web site. Google "speaker system HTZ171 DVD". Click on the Pioneer site for your system and look for the download on the right side of page.
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My sunroof did not close all the way, but would work back and forth. I postitioned the sunroof half way, disconnected the battery for 1 min then tried it again. The system that keeps track of where the sunroof was positioned got reset and it now works great.
your neutral switch is in your gear shift. it's just a little button on the shifter if it's an automatic... and if standard it''ll engange when you push the clutch in... your ignition switch might be fried if you are turning the key and the wire is getting no power..
if you give gaz its shake if you let go the gaz does it still shake if it still skake it probably wheel balance if it shake in the stering its the front if you feel it in our seat its the back but if it vibrate only when you give gaz it could be a cv joint or universel joint cheers
Maybe the owners manual would help. It says you can adjust the sensitivity of the AUX input through a menu. It sounds like the AUX sensitivity is just set to max. Look for the 'to change other settings' chapter, instructions are in there. If you don't have the manual, find it on the official website. http://www.clarion.com/us/en/products/2005/audio/source_units/cd/DXZ555MP/us-en-product-pf_1133851137392.html The link to download it is on the upper right.