Question about Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor
I have tried installing my AVH-P4350DVD. The screen is totally blank. When I tried to touch the screen, I am able to push the buttons (although I can't see them) on the screen. This shows that the touch screen is still working. Music, radio and everything are working fine too. What is my problem? Is the LCD faulty? It was working fine when I took it from the previous car.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my screen
It is telling you that, depending on the rear-view camera that is attached, the image MAY appear reversed. If the unit is going into this screen on it's own, go to the main menu screen where you would choose DVD, RADIO, AUX, etc... and press Rear View. It should beep (but not change). That is it.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: Ipod problems on my pioneer avh
To be working the ipod need to be hook up with the cable cd-1200 (not sold with the avh)and to be plug to the ipod plug on the back of the radio..if you plug the ipod on the usb it wont do..the cable is around 30 $ ..it is the good way to play your ipod ..but if you have a ipod touch 2 generation like i have it wont charge ..if you have any other ipod it will be charging when in use..
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Just wanted to add my 2 cents for those who might be having the issue of no video but hear audio. I was having the same problem. I had completed the bypass hack with a single throw/single pole (SPST) toggle switch. I could bypass the warning message and hit the OK button but no video. I did hear audio. I searched everywhere but solution 4 worked for me. The thing for me was that next to the black wire on the harness wasn't empty. It had a purple/white wire with some sort of filter (labeled backup camera hook to reverse gear). I tied into this wire before the filter with another wire (I chose a black wire b/c I was grounding it) and grounded it with the black wire (ground) on the harness. I now have video! Maybe the 4 pole relay hack would have worked better but I had only done the toggle switch hack. I hope this helps others and most importantly thank you Salhi.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
You pressed the Disp. Off button on the bottom left corner. If you press it again it will stop turning the display off.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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