Question about Car Audio & Video
If you are looking to do a video bypass on the Avic D3, don't use a PTR-7. That is intended for use with an alpine head unit. Instead, it is much easier to remove the mute wire from the Amplifier harness on the D3 plug and move it to the opposite pin and ground it.
Instructions for this with pictures can be found on www.avic411.com
here is a link to the sticky in the forum with pics:
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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