I have a Pioneer DEH-P9600MP headunit, and have found that i have a missing antenna lead, the main connector is located on the main board which then comes straight out the back of the unit and the wire has a jack plug connected to it, this has been cut off for some reason maybe when it was repaired......can i purchase a new for myself?, have tried many times for sites which sell replacement parts...
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Yes, it should slip right in, but I recommend you buy the adapter for the wiring harness. Look here for details and instructions are pasted below: http://www.crutchfield.com/p_130DEH1700/Pioneer-DEH-1700.html?tp=5684
1992-95 Models See Figure 4 Removing the radio will require removal of the front part of the center console. The
original equipment radio has a coded theft protection circuit. Before
beginning removal, be sure to know the code for re-installation. The
code is erased whenever the battery is disconnected or the No. 32 (7.5A)
fuse from the under hood fuse/relay box is removed. When power is
re-connected, the word "CODE" will be displayed and will require entry
of the 5-digit code for that particular unit.
All SRS wire harnesses are covered with a yellow insulation. Read
the SRS precautions found in this section and install the short
connectors as described.
Disable the SRS system as described in this section.
Remove the center instrument panel by removing the four philips screws on the top and sides.
Disconnect the 4-pin connector from the cigarette lighter.
Remove the two screws, then disconnect the 16-pin connector and the antenna lead.
Carefully pull the radio/cassette player out.
Plug in the 16 pin connector and install the two retaining screws.
Plug in the antenna lead, the cigarette lighter and carefully install the unit.
Install the center instrument panel. Re-connect power to the car,
and enter the 5-digit theft protection code for the radio/cassette
No experience with this issue, but in your shoes I would check the satellite antenna connection into the back of the unit. From there, I would chase the wire and make sure it is not frayed. If that does not resolve or lead to a resolution of the issue, borrow an XM antenna and see if it will work then. If not, then something has happened internally with the head unit, most likely at the antenna connection jack.
An install gone bad. Something is hindering free movement of the face plate open mechanism. Closely inspect the top edge of the bezel, is the face plate trim ( thin plastic ornamental frame covering the ugly aluminium mounting sleeve) snapped securely back in place? has it been fitted upside down?, is it deformed?.