The problem with those decks is there is a rca fuse that is inside the unit you must send it off to be repaired. It blows from hooking up the rca's when the deck is on. You can ground the outside shield of the rca's to make that wine go away sometimes
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Re: Avic d1 head unit causes alternator wine
Did you try his in your vehicle? With all of your wiring and plug? Usually noise is caused by a faulty ground. If his worked with your wiring then the problem is probably a bad ground in your unit. Someone should open the unit and check for bad solder connections.
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The best place I know of to get that unit repaired would be to send it to Pioneer Service,Long Beach California. You could also try a company in San Diego, Ca. Called La Jolla Audio, But I Would send it to Pioneer if it was my deck.
I found that resetting the AVIC-D1 with the engine running functioned differently tjhat wirth the engine off. I first tried pressing the reset thit the ignition on and the engine off, but that didn't fix the problem.
I did a reset with the engine running and the parking brake set and the open button started working again.
Hello I have the D1 and it can not play DVD's in the DVD Rom slot. It is only for use with the DVD Navigation Discs. To watch DVD's on the AVIC-D1 you need to get the Pioneer DVD Player or DVD Changer and connect it through the IP Bus and AV Bus to control it from the head unit. The other way to watch DVD's on the D1 is to buy any automotive DVD Player, for example Boss, Lanzar, etc. or use a PS2, PS3, or any other Video Game System that plays DVD's and connect it through the RCA AV Video and Audio inputs. I believe that the AVIC-D3 has the ability to play DVD's from the unit. It can also can play DVIX DVD's. Hope this helps.