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Installation of navigation/DVD unit in 2003 Chevy 2500

I just need to know where to attach the speed pulse lead and the reverse gear lead on a pioneer avic-d3x DVD/Nav headunit

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  • GhostDog Jun 13, 2008

    No one can just tell me where to attach two wires huh? One is a speed pulse generator, the other is a reverse gear indicator. I have the owners manual for the AVIC-D3X, I need to know where the two leads attach inside the 2003 Chevy 2500.

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Hello sir ,

Read in some website which says
"The orange or orange white wire is part of the wiring specific to the Miata. It feeds the wire on the AVIC-D3 labeled "Ill", which I assume is "Illumination"."

Will it help u ???

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Hi,

I'll letr you know if there is a user manual available

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

  • Priya darshan Jun 13, 2008

    Please CLICK HERE to view the manual it will help you fix the problem.

    All manuals are available in PDF Format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to get the free Adobe Reader.

    Goodluck..

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