Question about Pioneer AVIC-D2 In-dash Car Audio Stereo CD player with navigation and 6.5" video screen - Free UPS ... Car Video Player
I HAVE NO POWER TO MY PIONEER DEH-P70BT HEAD UNIT. IT HAS BEEN WORKING FINE AND I HAD TO DISCONNECT IT TO CONNECT AN IPOD ADPATER. I COULD NOT GET THE IPOD ADAPTER WORKING SO I DECIDED TO RECONNECT THE HEAD UNIT AND LEAVE IT AT THAT. WHEN I WENT TO CONNECT THIS THERE WAS NO POWER TO THE UNIT AND I HAVE RECONNECTED IT EXACTLY THE SAME WAY AS IT WAS PREVIOUSLY WHEN IT WAS WORKING. I HAVE CHECKED THE FUSES BUT HAVENT CHECKED THE FUSE ON THE ACTUAL UNIT. COULD IT BE THIS OR IS IT SOMETHING ELSE. IS IT POSSIBLE TO DAMAGE THE UNIT BEYOND REPAIR BY DISCONNECTING AND THEN CONNECTING WITHOUT DISCONNECTING THE BATTERY.ANY HELP WOULD BE GRATEFULLY RECEIVED.
Disconnecting the cables shouldnt have hurt it. Make sure you got the plugged back in ALL the way and try again. Post results here.
Posted on Sep 12, 2007
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