Question about Pioneer AVIC-N2 Car DVD Player
I understand that the problem for my screen not working may be because of a flex cable upgrade problem. What i dont understand is why i have to pay to have it un and then reinstalled, when Pioneer knows this a consistent problem. I like many other people paid a lot of money for the unit in the first place, and to have it installed, but to have to pay again to have it installed and uninstalled is rediculous. How is this payment not included?
I had to pay $75 dollars to have it removed, shipped and reinstalled when it get back. Wasn't too bad but Pioneer should reimburse you for any hassle like i had to go through. At least paid for the shipping!
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
I sent my head unit to pioneer and they fixed the problem for free. It is very easy to remove the head unit from your vehicle, you can leave all of the cabling and components in there. It just takes a week or so.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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