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sounds like you have a loose wire, what wires are you moving under the hood... do you mean behind the head unit? i'd trace each wire individually until you find one that has a poor connection, if they have wire crimps on them so you can't tell, cut them off one at a time and re-crimp them/twist them together.
If you are trying to install it into the car, you will need to get the serial code that should on either side or the back of the radio itself, and you will need to get the VIN number of the car itself located under the driver side of the winshield. After you do that, you will need to call the car dealership related to your car and tell them both numbers, and they should give you a 4 digit number to input into the radio so it will work with the car.
Disconnect your battery for a few minutes, then reconnect. This should completely reset your unit. If it still does it take it back, tell the people at wherever your bought the unit what it does and you should just get a new one cuz it's probably still under warranty... a tip for the future though, if you ever invest in a new unit go pioneer, i've used pioneer for years and its the best i've seen. hope this works for ya.
U need to order the Terk XMD1000 Direct XM Tuner Box. Its Search on the internet for it.I bought mine on xmradio.com. Cost is 49.99. Its comes with the antenna and box. Your XM radio code is on the box. Go aline and setup an account with SiruisXM and its going to ask for that code. once you do that. Ensure you are not under any cover to get a good signal and it will tell you to go to a certain channel. Then you will be pulled in. if you have any issue contact me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. I will walk you through. Good luck.
In your install manual, it'll tell you which wire in the harness of the DVD player is the e-brake wire. Simply run that to any screw under the dash that is screwed into metal framework. If it is in the plastic parts of the dash, it won't work. Find a screw that threads into metal, put a ring terminal on the wire, put the screw/bolt through it, and tighten it down, and you're done.
If the unit is under warranty call Pioneer Electronics customer service and get the info from them to send it back. If the unit is no longer under warranty Pioneer can tell you were the closest repair center is to you, but be willing to shell out big $$ to have it fixed. If you are technically inclined, buy a service manual and try and fix it yourself. Or there is a person on Ebay offering repair service for this kind of problem. I think it's about $ 120. I am in no way connected to this person and can NOT vouche for his work. - Nate