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Hi I have a Pioneer AVIC-D3. I want to know what
if you rent a movie from blockbuster and want to burn it to a dvd
you need a program that breaks the code and then allows you to burn it to a dvd-r or a dvd +r it depends on your dvd burner on your computer for what dvd disk to use. once you find that out and have burned a dvd and it plays on your computer it will play in your dvd player in your car always
the only thing you need to know about your radios formate is if you want to play audio file from ipod or window media file mpeg video some of the pioneer i think play divix video format
just look into your owners manual or go to pioneer.com pull it will give you the formats you head unit will play ....
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Need wiring diagram for a Pioneer stereo model
Yellow - Battery
Red - Ignition
Black - Ground
Light Green - E-brake
Purples, greens, whites, and grays - speakers
Purple\white - reverse signal
Blue\white or Blue - amp turn on\ power antenna
Yellow\black - mute wire
Orange or Orange\white - illumination
How to install avic-d3 radio
That is very complicated to explain over Fix Ya advice, You will have to get phone or actual physical support in a car stereo shop, too much to write my friend.
I can't get into the map on my pioneer avic d3
The AVIC D3 is not pioneers best. The navigation side of the unit is wearing out. The slider slot in the dvd and other moving parts are wearing down fractionally and that is all it takes for the unit to no longer read the high density map data discs. The map disc is a dual layer 8.5gb disc and it is just about max out. (The disc must be in the unit for the navigation to work.) This is a lot of information and the unit must be able to read every bit of data on the disc or it will error out. All it takes is the fractional wear to mess up the tracking of the laser over the disc and cause problems reading the data on the disc. When the unit spins and spins, it is working hard to read something on the disc and will eventually error out if it can't. Also a fingerprint or tiny spot on the disc will prevent the unit from reading the disc. (Clean with a drop of water and soft cotton cloth even if it looks clean.) The data is information or instructions telling the unit what to do, and if it misses any information it will go crazy and error out. This is very different from music or video/movies that just play and if a spot is on the disc it will just be a fuzzy picture or static from that spot. If you have a disc your system likes, take care of it. I say likes because every disc has fractional differences in data location on the disc. (This is tolerance) That fractional difference could make or break the ability of your unit to read the map disc. So one possible fix is trying different disc to see if your unit will like one of them. Still eventually this also will die. These units are beyond their life cycle and the dvd drive is operating on borrowed time. I hope this helps.
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