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Pioneer deh-p2000 cd player

Someone installed this cd player in my 1992 GMC Sonoma, but they failed to hook up the wire that allows radio stations to stay in memory, or to start my cd at the spot it was stopped.  Now it restarts at the beginning each time.  I need to know what wire to hook up and what to hook it up to.  I can't find a manual for this model or a wiring diagram.  I really appreciate any help you can give me.  Or if you can't help, could you please point me in the right direction for some help.  I am so tired of writing down my cd book track and numbers and then having to fast torward to that point.  Please help me.

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  • kenzie1 Mar 16, 2008

    no memory have tried looking at the way i had it hooked up in another truck but still cannot get it to hold memory

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Sue,

I checked the Pioneer Database and your device is no longer supported.

But I have installed several Pioneer products over the years and they a re pretty consistent in their wiring patterns.

There is a Yellow wire on the harness that is much larger diameter than the rest. This is the one that needs to be connected to a constant +12 volt source to alleviate your problems.




Best of Luck.

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

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