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Pioneer AVIC-D2 I'm having problem with my Pioneer HU. I just brought a new truck and it was already installed. Some of the buttons on the screens seems to be grayed out. Example ( I can't set the time.) That button is grayed as well as several of the Destination buttons. I have try to reset the HU by pressing the reset on the front. That is when I found out that I can not reset the time. Another problem is the XM radio. The XM works great, but when I tried to check the signal it says no signal and not connected. I just replaced the XM radio with the correct Pioneer one. Any help would be grateful.

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  • ladder214 Jan 04, 2008

    I am having the exact same issue as EagleRising. I just bought a 2007 Expedition with the AVIC-D2 installed and it's not the easiest, most intuitive user interface I've ever seen. I can't change most of the settings as they're greyed out and I can't even find the nav-dvd slot to try to start over (by the way, the dvds didn't come with...where can I find them?)

    Any help is appreciated...

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    Mike Jun 08, 2013

    you need a navigation disc to change the settingshttp://www.cndv-110mt.com

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OK, I spoke to Pioneer tech support and they had me go to destination>settings>connection status. If the parking brake shows "off", many of the functions will not work as a safety measure. I guess this is their version of interlock. I think it can be defeated with a wire-around, but thats what they say the problem is.

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Make sure your E-brake is up. It only has to be up far enough for your car to register that it is up, and then the HU should let you press these buttons. Sometimes while I'm driving, if I need to change something, I'll have the passenger pull it up just enough for my dash to say "BRAKE" and then I can change things. Hope this helps :)

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Try going in the screen resolution display. you can do it when the unit is in dvd lay mode or aux mode. once in you can adjust the contrast,color,brightness,sharpness ect..

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To get access to the map dvd you need to push and hold down the eject button, as the screen lowers, you will see the map dvd slot.

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