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Avic N2 Issue

Thanks for the responce, but check this out.... I went to have someone do the bypass for me, and about 15 minutes after taking my truck to the back, he comes out and tells me that 1 of the 2 pins are missing, and b/c of this, he wont be able to do it. He said he wasnt sure if someone else tried to do it and messed up or what, but simply-he couldnt do it. I DID in fact buy this unit off of another person, refurbished. Have you ever heard of this, if so, would you happen to know of a solution. THanks

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  • prodjaudio Jun 25, 2008

    Hi my name is fab and I'm trying to get the bypass code for my Avic-n2 .

    please I need help!

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Thats wierd that one of the pins are missing. Did you actually look yourself? I know there are also some halfazz ways to rewire the harness to get the dvd to work. Something about grounding the brake wire then rewiring the dvd output wire to the rear cam wire or something like that. I dont know. If the unit was refurbished by pioneer, they may have took out one of the jumpers. I believe those were originally available for foreign units so they could be easily converted. Good luck.

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