Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
Possibility #1: Your ignition switch may be aging and may need replacing. #2: You may have a secondary unit (amplifier etc) that is not powered up (burnt fuse, loose connection etc). #3 fade controls may be all to the back or all to the front etc. #4: or perhaps you blew your transistor in the player. It would be hard to diagnose from here.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: power will not stay on
Sounds like you're not getting voltage on the accessory power lead. This is the red wire at the back of the deck, and it supplies power whenever the key is switched on. It's possible that your vehicle's radio fuse is blown.
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
the blue line from the radio harness does not have power when the cd or aux are being used and the amp is not turning on-wire the remote line from the amp to the red line and your amp will stay on and you will get sound
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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