I am reinstalling my Pioneer dehp3370xm satellite radio receiver unit into another vehicle. On the receiver unit (not the head unit) the IP Bus cable has an attached wire that runs to the power input harness. The other wire from the power input harness is the problem. I can't remember where it connects...positive always hot, positive remote trigger hot, ground, etc. Pioneer wants almost $20 for a copy of the installation guide. Does anyone know where I connect this single wire? Thanks.
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Go to the XM Radio DOT com website for directions. Basically you just need to mount the antenna on metal, rought the Antenna wire to the Mobile/Vehicle adapter base; plug the cigarrette / power plug in and lug the other end into vehicle adapter base. Go to MENU and pick your blank FM frequency for the radio to tranmit on That's all it takes!
I have same problem and sure connect did not help. The unit works fine otherwise except will not send a signal to my car radio. I will try removing the battery today & if this does not work I will do t paper clip reset in the battery compartment.
called the techinical staff of the manufacturer, Pioneer, who diagnosed the problem with me over the phone. there was no charge for their services. the person I spoke with resolved all issues within 5 minutes.
When its in the car dock, the Inno sends an FM signal to the car radio. It does not receive a signal from the car radio. You must have the external antenna correctly installed outside the vehicle for the Inno to work. The built in antenna is disabled when the device is placed in the car dock. Make sure to test it outside, since garages or car ports will block the signal.