Question about Pioneer AVIC-F900BT Car GPS Receiver
I just had a AVIC-F900BT installed in my 2009 Dodge Challenger. The installers insisted they installed it according to all specifications; however, the unit will not turn off when I turn off the car and exit the vehicle. They cannot get it to do anything else. Any suggestions on why this might be? They used a xsvi-6522 harness, which is what intaller.com said was the proper harness.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I sent just yesterday mail of similar problem. But after some time in internet, I found a tip, which helped me to solve the problem. The only thing to do is just ground the light green wire. If You have joined the wire to handbrake, You have to have Your handbrake on. Actually the manual says something like "some functions are not available", when the instructions to these wires are given. After this mine F900BT is working great!
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
you can with pioneers new software available to download on their website, please find the link below, its called NavGate Feeds:
you can view all the history from locations u've been, the roads you travelled down and also use Google maps to locate and plan new routes then upload back to the USB / SD Card and load them into the sat nav!
You can even manage the settings throught this application as well.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
send the vcard to a bluetouth device.
it will then send that one contact over.
if you then press ok on the avic, it will try to sync the entire phonebook (up to 400 items)
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
Windows CE is used to operate the Pioneer AVIC F series, which yours falls into. That version of Windows has not been patched or updated with the new day light savings times and since the player uses GPS to get the current time and Windows to make the time change for your zone then your time will not update until the orginal daylight savings time occurs. You can try to change the time to manual in the Pioneer settings, deal with the wrong time for just a lil bit longer until the original Daylight Savings Time takes place, or re-search an update and way to update the players OS which is Windows CE. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
You have to isolate yellow-black cabel. This cabel was in contact with earth and it was the reason, why you have Mute on the display.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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