Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
Yes it can be fixed, my shop charges about $90 for that repair. it includes parts and labor. Other shops may differ, but that is a pretty good estimate of what most shops would charge.
Here is the part number if you plan on doing it yourself.
You will need to remove the metal connector jack that is soldered on to the ribbon cable and put it on the new ribbon cable. If you are not good with a soldering iron, you should just take it in. It would be cheaper than buying a new one.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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