Question about Pioneer DEH-1600 CD Player
Most current Pioneer car stereos needs two wires plus the ground wire to be activated. The yellow is connected to the always on B+12 such as the positive terminal of the battery, the red goes to a switched B+12 such as the ACC of the IGN switch while the black of course goes to the chassis/body ground.
Should the above been done correctly and problem persist, then perhaps the fuse may have blown, there is a loose connector at the rear of the head unit or a probable internal electronic defect has developed.
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