Question about Car Audio & Video
On top of the screen message appears: Caution: screen image may appear reversed. The screen is grey and can hear radio but cannot change anything on it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello, when i turn on the cd.player, in just few seconds this text comes: caution screen image may appear reversed(and the screen is black)....when i touch the screen with my finger, it disapperes for a few sec. what is this??
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
Sure, I have the same unit in my 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor. I had to re-design the entire center/radio Console to fit this unit in. As soon as the "Caution" Screen comes on, hit the play/pause button (The round belly button, button on the remote) and it will vanish, automatically. And you are right, it is a pain in the ass. I wish there was a way to permanently disable it, but i don't know if there is. If I know of anything I will let you all know. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: pioneer avh-p5000 dvd'
try going to the menue screen. bottom left hit rearviewcamera. then just hit radio or dvd ect. this is a feature that is designed to view something you may be towing while driving.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
That message has everything to do with a back-up camera. Ensure you have not connected the reverse wire to a source if you aren't using a camera. Some cameras are reversed so that's why you are getting that message. As far as the DVD goes, the emergency brake wire (lt. green) needs to go to the e-brake wire on the vehicle. You cannot just ground the brake wire because most Pioneer video units have another method of preventing you from watching a movie while in motion. Maybe you have confused the reverse wire for the brake wire? Youtube has videos on how to do a video bypass...
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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