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Press repeatedly Function until AUX will appear on screen, then press the up or down arrow to run AUX on or off. The status of AUX will be displayed, in your case you want to show as AUX:ON. For more details check page 42 and 43 of the owner's manual.
Press repeatedly Function until AUX will appear on display, then press the up or down arrow to run AUX on or off. The status of AUX will be displayed, in your case you want to show as AUX:ON. For more details check page 42 and 43 of the owner's manual.
Its a lil pricey but its actually an issue with the faceplate...the display has to be replaced.Its a common problem on the pioneer decks with the motorized faceplates. look on ebay for just a faceplate.
this happens because the contact between the sceen and the unit are dirty, try to clean the contacts, I had the same problem and it happens because the motorized screen is moving all the time when you need to change a cd or have to take the screen off from the unit.
This sounds like the voltage regulator in the alternator of you car is the problem - take it to an auto repair electrician and get him to check it, as this may cause all sort of other problems too
Hope this helps, please post again if the regulator is not the problem (though i'm fairly sure) and we can hopefully help more :)