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Blue power wire in trunk touched something metal now my pioneer avic-x950bh wont turn on

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SOURCE: Ipod problems with Pioneer AVIC-D3

Do you have an ipod module or are you using ibus-to-rca cable to connect your ipod to the D3? In order to control full ipod functions by touch screen you need the ipod module, hence the D3 says ipod control ready not ipod control built in. Let me know so I can pin point the problem.

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SOURCE: Pioneer AVH P6500DVD/AVIC 80DVD Installed.Pink Purple Green Wire?

can you take the black cage off or maybe you can take a screw driver and bend it back up

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install manual

owners manual

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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SOURCE: i cant turn off mi avic 900bt

You can reset your DVD recorder by:
Making sure that the recorder is on and that the disc tray is empty
Using the front panel controls, press and hold STOP and press STANDBY/ON.
The recorder will turn off and all settings will be re-set.

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Pioneer AVIC-N3. What wires power it on??

the pioneer avic n3 has a seperate brain system and there is a cable that hooks the two together its called like the 13 pin wire or something and once you hook the brain and the head unit together it will have the display and everything else

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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SOURCE: my pioneer indash avic d3 wont play dvd's you

this until has a safety feature installed that will not let you view video while in motion. it has a light green wire on the back that is supposed to be connected to the cars ebrake wire so that in order to view video you would have to have your ebrake ingaged. it also allows you to be able to type in address for the navigation. if this wire is not connect or not connected properly, you will get a messages that says drive can not view video will driving..


double check the connection....or you can just bypass it completely. i have attach a link on how you bypass this feature which will allow you to watch video and type in nav address while drivin
http://avic411.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7998

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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