Question about Pioneer AVIC-D1 Car Video Player
If no power at all then check the vehicle fuse box for a blown fuse. If all are well, there may be an inline fuse which would require pulling the stereo out and checking a fuse that is inserted in the wire just before the stereo. Another place may be a fuse that is plugged or screwed in to the actual stereo. Hope you find the problem. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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