Question about Pioneer DEH-P80MP CD Player
I recently purchased a new car. A Fiat Punto 1.6i Sporting. I have taken my cd player out of my old car and attempted to install it in the Punto. However, I found that it didn't work...
So, I connected the yellow (battery) cable and it works fine. This means that it is always on though thus draining the battery.
In my old car the red (ACC) cable was connected and no the yellow one. When I try this in the Punto it just doesn't work. I can't understand why??
Remember ,your new car is ITALIAN ,while PIONEER is a JAPANESE brand . ITALY is WEST while JAPAN is east and these two directions do not meet easily .
THERE IS AN INTERCONNECTOR ADAPTOR SOLD SEPERATELY WHICH WILL MAKE THESE TWO COMPATIBLE.
Fixing these two together will make your job easier and comfortable .
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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