Question about Pioneer AVIC-D2 DVD Nav/6.5" Screen/AM/FM/CD Player Car Video Player

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Pioneer Avic D2

The unit started marking a clicking noise when turned on and later that day the navigation stopped working. The radio works and the rear camera works when I put the van in reverse, but otherwise the screen says to insert the appropriate disk. I will eject the navigation disk and reinsert and usually this is the message and when the disk runs it will say error 12. The clicking that I hear sounds like something spinning inside the unit that is rubbing. Pioneer Tech said it could be something that got stuck and maybe needed some lubrication. The only thing that I think could have caused it is that I hit a speed bump a little hard today in a parking lot. Any auggestions?

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I suggest u to take it for a general service, this includes lubricating and cleaning and alignment.
Hoping a rating from you...!!!

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