Question about Pioneer AVIC-N1 Car DVD Player
First make sure you have constant 12volts (no matter if the car ignition is on or off even without the car key has to be 12volts) connected to the yel. wire, them when you put the car key at the accessories position in the ignition key you must have 12vol.
If the connections are ok, check the fuse, there is one fuse at the yel wire coming from the radio and also check the fuse at the fuse panel on your car.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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