Question about Pioneer AVIC-D1 In-Dash Mobile Navigation CD Car Video Player
The touch panel with the system referenced above is out of calibration. That is you actually have to touch the screen to the right of the button you want to activate. Therefore the buttons on the far right of any screen are not accessible. What can I do to recalibrate the touch panel without removing the unit and sending it back to Pioneer which is what they recommend I do?
Hi, You set the screen so its all the way down and hold down the dvd eject then the reset button for a few seconds, then let off of the reset button, keep the eject button held down for another few seconds. Then the screen will say press reset. instead using the joystick, press up,up,down,down then push it in at the center. It will come up with options. the first one is touch screen test. using the joystick click on that one and do the calibration test. You will then have to trace the outline of the screen, while you are on the right side of it, trace it short to make up for the buttons on the right side. when you finish push the joystick in. it will say "settings ok" then go down to the 4th one, i think, and it will say something like test calibration settings and go to that one. It should say that the settings were saved. After that shut the key off and turn it back on and it should be good to go.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
I went back and tried it after i saw what the enter button was and it worked, thanks. DLS28
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
The solution posted by Bun-6661 worked for me. The enter button was the p.adj on the bottom right. Thanks a lot for this forum. I saved more then $200!
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
Where is the reset button located?!?!?
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
One additional tip. If your map comes up in New Jersey and your location is Cleveland, check your antennae connection. Signals for your location and route are received from your antennae. Especially check your connection if you have done any work behind the dash.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
I live in cleveland and my nav system avic d1 is stuck on new jersey how do i set it back to cleveland
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
I have the same problem on my avic d-1, all of the buttons are so off the navigation feature is useless. It makes me want to punch through the screen. It does not help that i was using a garmin navigation seperatly in my car, and a week ago i was robbed they stole the garmin and a whole bunch of other stuff. So now i really want to re calibrate my screen to save buying another navigation. Oh well i am going to try bun b6661's solution and let you guys know if I am succesful
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
This one worked perfect on my AVIC-D1!!! The menu names were a little off, but fiddling around made it perfect, all for less than the $200.
Who is Pioneer to think that the user is not capable of doing this simple of a test on our own?????
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
I tried the above solution, but all i got was the following error message:
Navigation Initialization is currently
in process, or there may be an
improper connection of the Parking
How do i recalibrate without getting the parking brake warning.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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