I bought a refurbished d1 last month installed it an it was fine. 2 days later it went out. I had no sound at all. Everything else was perfect. I sent it back to Pioneer and they said nothing was wrong. I had the unit professionally installed and he has done numerous tests on it. Please help! Pioneer sent the unit back and it still doesn't work.
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Go to the head unit and then to setting.. In "General" select the option "Auto Off" and switch it to On.. It make you sure that no matter if the radio stay on, after switch off the ignition, it will turn off automactly after a few seg without the use!
I have the same problem... Just installed my DNX yesterday. I called Kenwood and they said I needed to purchase the KCA-iP301v. BUT when I went to the Kenwood website, there a "iProducts" compatiablilty site that will tell you if your generation iProduct will work. I can tell you now, (according to the site,) the iPhone 4 isn't campatiable.
I bought a Kenwood KVT-815dvd player and got everything hooked up to only find out that it had a security code. The problem now is that I got it from a pawn store and they did not even know that it had a security code on it. So is their a way I can bypass they password or just reset the whole unit so that it does not have one. Also, where is the memory for this unit?
Sounds like a problem with the sound chip in the stereo. Disconnect the rca cables from the subs and check to see if the audio returns. If so. try using a different rca connection in the back. Also i think on them radio's if there is a built in sub drive you need to turn that off if you are using a amp to run the subs.
It looks like some one tried to wire the D1 to bypass the mobile lock out feature. You groung out the parking brake line in a specific pin. If it is not grounded correctly the nav locks out and it cant be accessed. Look up online the wiring for the AVIC D1 Bypass mod. Double check the wiring that they explain with what you have. Sorry I cant be more specific on the sites its been 4 years since I bypassed the disable function. It's worked great with out any issues so far as the navigation is concerned. The back light fuse going out, now thats another storry.
It sounds like the phone mute is going on and off, but I'm just guessing because I don't know your grounds, speaker wire hookup configuration, etc. Look at the screen when the music cuts off and goes back on and if you see a little red phone with the cross through speaker symbol (aka mute) it's probably the phone mute feature which is supposed to be hooked up to bluetooth and mute the stereo when you get a call. Like I said I'm just guessing, but if so there's a brown wire in the back that needs to be hooked up.
this is a simple problem in u r speeker so first remove u r speeker and chek the connections are perfect r not if the connectinons r fre fect then the problem will be in speker,i hope so the emiter is lost so once u see the connections and if u find nothin in it change the speeker then u r problem will be solved