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What port or pin is the purple/white wire supposed to be in on avic d3

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SOURCE: Pioneer AVIC-D3

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SOURCE: pioneer avic-d3 in dash dvd player

By law you are not suppose to have video playing in the front of a vehicle becasue it is a distraction to the driver

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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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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SOURCE: pink wire whats it for, it on a pioneer avic-d2

The brake sensor wire (Lt Green) can be simulated with a toggle switch to ground.
Pink (CAR SPEED SIGNAL INPUT)
The mobile navigation system is connected here to detect the distance
the vehicle travels. Always connect the vehicle’s speed detection
circuit or the ND-PG1 speed pulse generator, sold separately. Failure
to make this connection will increase errors in the location display.
Orange/white
To lighting switch terminal

Light green
Used to detect the ON/OFF status of the parking brake. This lead
must be connected to the power supply side of the parking brake
switch. If this connection is made incorrectly or omitted, certain
functions of your navigation system will be unusable.

Violet/white
(REVERSEGEAR SIGNAL INPUT)
This is connected so that the navigation system can
detect whether the vehicle is moving forwards or
backwards. Connect the violet/white lead to the
lead whose voltage changes when the shift lever is
put in reverse. Unless connected, the sensor may
not detect your vehicle traveling forward/backward
properly, and thus the position of your vehicle
detected by the sensor may be misaligned from the
actual position.
Note: When you use the ND-PG1 speed pulse
generator (sold separately), please make sure
to connect this lead.
When you use a rear view camera, please make
sure to connect this lead. Otherwise you cannot
switch to rear view camera picture.

Further detail can be found here:
http://a248.e.akamai.net/pix.crutchfield.com/Manuals/130/130AVICD2.PDF

Posted on Feb 24, 2010

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SOURCE: need wiring diagram for a Pioneer stereo model

Yellow - Battery
Red - Ignition
Black - Ground
Light Green - E-brake
Purples, greens, whites, and grays - speakers
Purple\white - reverse signal
Blue\white or Blue - amp turn on\ power antenna
Yellow\black - mute wire
Orange or Orange\white - illumination

Posted on Feb 02, 2011

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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..


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