Question about Pioneer AVIC-D2 DVD Nav/6.5" Screen/AM/FM/CD Player Car Video Player
The Mustang use a 6 volt remote turn on so you need to reduce the voltage by adding 2 resistors. Get two 10ohm resistors and tie the top end together and that will be the out put to the car. The other side will have two wires one is the positive remote from the radio and the other goes to ground. It shouldnt pop then.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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