Question about Pioneer DEH-P9300 CD Player
The first thing to do is to clean the contact points on the faceplate and the
chassis. Use a toothbrush, if there's corrosion, or even dust build up it can have an effect on functionality. If it's still out, check the illumination fuse behind the unit. My memory is a little vague however I think the illumination lead is orange on Pioneer. If it's still inop, slide the unit out and take it to a local car audio shop to be bench tested. Leave the harness in the car. If they sell pioneer, they will have one to use. Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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