Question about Pioneer AVH-P5700DVD Car DVD Player
Please recheck to confirm if the line fromthe parking switch is deactivating the player. open the connections and check for voltage, check if the car handbrake light are coming on while the handbrakes are on. if so is this connection comiing to the set. I am sure if you can cross over the connection the set will come back active. I dont think there could be any more fault unless the trigger to the processor has failed which incidentely you will have to remove and check within or bypass.I would still like to stick with the brake switch. check this out. Good day
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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