Question about Pioneer DEH-1900MP CD Player
It sounds like you had a power spike when you installed the new battery. I would check the 2 factory fuses for the radio, one will be for the radio ignition lead and one will be just battery lead (usally assosiated with the clock). Lastly if those 2 fuses were ok you may have to pull the deck and check the fuse in the back of the deck.
If the fuses are all ok and no wires are disconnected, then its possible that something else went out. Good luck and take care!
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Yes and that was due to bad installation. I
have had 3 car stereos installed on my 98 RAV4 through Best Buy and never had
battery problems. I even had 2 amps installed as well but the installers had to
make me buy this 200-dollar thing that would not drain the battery.
If you are getting a drain through the
radio's power supply it could eventually drain down the battery if it was
improperly installed, I would pull the fuse for the radio and see if the drain
continues, if the drain does not stop there is another short somewhere. To
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