Pioneer eclipse buffer , hard starting, barely idles, stalls ?
I have a pioneer eclipse buffer, hard starting, stalls barely idles, checked everything oil is good, prestone level good, plenty of fire from the spark plugs, any ideas what else could give me problems ?
Re: pioneer eclipse buffer , hard starting, barely...
Did you check the airfilter/prefilter?
And did you check if the engine adjustments were right like
the amount of gas/air?
Sometimes the membrane of the gas valve get stuck or get dirty.
Or sometimes one of the little tubes are torned
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was it working before you put the vehicle in storage? if just the audio is not working, there is no code. as far as i know pioneers do not have security codes. you might want to check your speaker wires and speakers for shorts and bare wires.
Here you go. Radio Side -- Car side 12v (Yellow) -- Orange/Black ACC (Red) -- White/Black Ground (Black) -- Black or chassis ground(bare Metal) Pwr Ant (Blue/white) -- Pink If your not adding and amplifier than your system remote should be used for power antenna which is the pink. Hopefully this helps Please Vote & Rate thx
Pioneer (1999 and up), Eclipse, Kenwood, JVC,
P o w e r
Memory (+12v Constant)
Ignition (+12v Switched)
Pink/White (Alpine only)
Light Blue (Sony only)
S p e a k e r s
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
did you check to make sure your vehicle didnt come with a factory amp, if it has one is it turning on? or did you remember to disconnect the negative battery cable while installing your radio, i know thats a dumb question, once i was installing a pioneer a barely crossed a couple wires and fried the radio, the radio itself worked fine and all the features etc, but it never did play sound again. i always disconnect the power now!!
Looks like it can't find the GEF (graphical editing framework) libraries. They should be in your eclipse/plugins directory - if not, download a fresh copy from http://www.eclipse.org/gef/downloads/ and extract into the plugins directory.
Can you post the output after doing this, so we can see if the Quantum / OSGI libs are missing too?