Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sure, I have the same unit in my 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor. I had to re-design the entire center/radio Console to fit this unit in. As soon as the "Caution" Screen comes on, hit the play/pause button (The round belly button, button on the remote) and it will vanish, automatically. And you are right, it is a pain in the ass. I wish there was a way to permanently disable it, but i don't know if there is. If I know of anything I will let you all know. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
hello, when i turn on the cd.player, in just few seconds this text comes: caution screen image may appear reversed(and the screen is black)....when i touch the screen with my finger, it disapperes for a few sec. what is this??
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
That message has everything to do with a back-up camera. Ensure you have not connected the reverse wire to a source if you aren't using a camera. Some cameras are reversed so that's why you are getting that message. As far as the DVD goes, the emergency brake wire (lt. green) needs to go to the e-brake wire on the vehicle. You cannot just ground the brake wire because most Pioneer video units have another method of preventing you from watching a movie while in motion. Maybe you have confused the reverse wire for the brake wire? Youtube has videos on how to do a video bypass...
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
That is the message you get when you are connected to a backup camera. When you put the car in reverse it will switch automatically if you have the reverse trigger hooked up. you can also switch to the camera while driving and use it as a rear view cam. Some backup cameras actually reverse the image while some do not. If you don't have a backup camera you need to turn that source off and it will stop appearing. I had the same unit in my car with the camera and it was great. Pioneer makes a nice camera but you can find a number of them from other makers that are just as good.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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