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Pioneer AVH P6500DVD/AVIC 80DVD Installed.Pink Purple Green Wire?

I have the Pioneer AVH P6500DVD/AVIC 80DVD installed but the Nav is not working. I dont have the manual. What does the Pink, Puple and Green wires do coming out of the actual Nav unit do? They might be the parking brake, one the reverse lights, one the speed sensor, one might even be ABS or something. Please help.

Also the black plastic cage seems to be stuck down where the cd/dvd's go in.. How do I fix this and why does this happen? it wont take any discs in. Thanks

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Can you take the black cage off or maybe you can take a screw driver and bend it back up

Hope this helps

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