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IPod and zune Short

I just installed the Pioneer D3 in my car and when I used the video for both the Ipod through the ipod dock cable and my zune through the A/V connection, they screen on both went blank like a elecric short.
Is there any additional wire I might have forgotten to ground?
Also, the ipod and zune went bad when I left the units (At separate times) attached and turned the car off. When I went back to my car and tried to start the units, they were disfunctional.

Thanks in advance and I hope you have a solution to my problem.

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I would recommend searching on www.avic411.com. I read lots of issues where certain ipods with specific firmware levels had issues. The good news is that most have some type of solution.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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