My Pioneer is acting strange of late. Some cd's will not play at all, others play for a short while then start skipping and/or stop playing. It sometimes also displays the following message ERROR - 11
If anybody could help or give any info I would greatly appreciate it. The only Car Stereo dealer in my area that handles Pioneer's charge lots of ££££'s just to take it off your hands and send it away to Pioneer, then you have a ridiculous repair bill to add on top of that!
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I just had an "amp error" message display on my Pioneer DEH-15UB and it quit playing. No sound at all. It happened while I was driving my Jeep. When I got home I removed the passenger side speaker from the sound bar and found the previous owner had used a wood screw to hold the wire to the speaker. That screw came into contact with the metal roll bar and caused the error. When I installed ends on the wires the error message cleared itself and now works fine
Hello! A resistive connection on the vehicle's illumination lead is the prime suspect...If you know the wire color for this signal, make sure it's a good solid connection to the P8000R's illumination wire...If you do not know the wire color send a comment with the year and make of your auto...
Consult your owner's manual for error codes. You have a disk/disk reader problem. A similar model Pioneer Manual indicates FRMTREAD as what is displayed while reading a disk. Error 15 equates to "The inserted disk does not contain any data". If this occurs with multiple disks, try the disks in a known good cd player. If they work there, it is likely a reader problem (alignment, bad reader, etc.) which would likely not be worth repairing or replacing in that unit.