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Bypass for pioneer AVH-P4000DVD so i can watch while driving. Thanks

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Here is a diagram...
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This diagram is wrong, keep searching, 86 and 87 grounds and 85 to remote and 30 to park brake

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ground the wire to a hot (ie power comes to the wire) switch in your dash, like a rear window defroster or seat heater. turn the switch on then off and it will trick the system into thinking you activated the parking brake.

Posted on Jan 13, 2010

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No sound from ipod, usb or aux?


I removed my Pioneeer AVH-P4000DVD from my Tacoma pickup to upgrade to an AVH-X2500BT and installed the AVH-P4000DVD in my mustang cobra and found myself suffering from a strange issue (that seems to have happened to a lot of you too). All of a sudden I had lost my audio on my USB and AUX inputs. I tore the net apart for a solution, pouted, drank, and started doing more and more research, and check instruction manuals. I eventually found the solution based of one lone comment someone had mentioned regarding ground and comparing the wiring diagrams for the two decks. I pulled the pioneer harness out of truck and compared it to the pioneer harness in my car and found an inconsistency. This may solve the issue that plagues you as well. Check the harness you are using. I was not able to find a pinout, but the 4 wires on one end of the harness for the AVH-P4000DVD should be +12V battery, +12V ignition, ground, and ground, (yellow, red, black, and black). If you have received the harness for a newer model of pioneer AVH it will still fit fine but one wire is out of place. The second ground wire you need has been replaced by a purple reverse gear sensor for the backup camera. Ground out the purple wire and it should solve your issue... It did for me. Good luck.

Sep 20, 2011 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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I need a avh-p4000dvd wiring diagram


i have the manual for it .. i hope this helps -- ther are phone numbers to call Pioneer to get further information

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/StaticFiles/Manuals/Car/AVH-P4000DVD_OperationManual0123.pdf

Oct 30, 2010 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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Parking brake


better check on your dc wiring system make sure u have fixed them tightly

Sep 09, 2009 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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Bypass without switch


Get a relay (4 or 5 pin) from Autozone, O-Reilly, PEP Boys, etc....
Connect wires as follows on relay:
Pin #86 - Amp remote from your radio (blue wire)
Pin #30 and #85 - to a chassis ground (metal dash bracket)
Pin #87 - to Parking brake input wire on your radio (light green)
Pin # 87a - IGNORE. It isn't used in this case.

What this will do is.....
Radio will power on when you turn your key. The amp wire is delayed slightly and will trigger the relay in a second or two. This tricks the radio into thinking your e-brake has been engaged and violla....Mine has worked everyday since I connected it.

Apr 07, 2009 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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Im trying to bypass parking brake switch for pioneer AVH-P4000DVD. I already connected it to ground and then to power, but none of it works. I know that if i Install a toggle switch with 12volt current and...


This what you do. Connect the video wire to a power suppy and install a switch in the power wire. When you put the DVD in and the warning comes up, turn the switch on then off. This will allow you to watch the DVD without the park brake being applied.

Mar 21, 2009 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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No video from ipod


Do you have the green cord that attaches to the parking break hooked up?
This stereo is designed so that you cannot watch videos while driving, therefore you need to have the parking break on in order to get video.
when you play a dvd with out the parking break on, you will only get sound.

Mar 18, 2009 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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How do i bypass the brake safety switch on a pionner avh-p4000


CONNECT A SWITHC TO THE PARKING BRAKE WIRE ONE OF THE PINS FROM THE SWITCH TO GROUND AND THE OTHER SIDE TO THE PARKING BRAKE WIRE.

Mar 14, 2009 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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What's the recommended camera for avh-p4000dvd pioneer unit


Pioneer recommends Pioneer ND-BC2, but you should be able to use any with a descent viewing angle and RCA connections.

Mar 14, 2009 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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Watch a dvd while driving pioneer AVH-P4000 DVD


ground the wire to a hot (ie power comes to the wire) switch in your dash, like a rear window defroster or seat heater. turn the switch on then off and it will trick the system into thinking you activated the parking brake.

Mar 03, 2009 | Pioneer AVH-P4000DVD Monitor

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CHANGE REGION 1 TO 2 FOR AVH-P4000DVD


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I have been looking in to this, but there does not seem to be a hack available.

http://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacks?dvdplayer=AVH-P4000DVD&hits=50

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