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Pioneer Car Stereo DEH-2290UB - How to adjust speakers through balance button

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SOURCE: WIRING FOR PIONEER DEH 16 CAR STEREO

you need to find the Pioneer website, or something similer... google the DEH 1600 diagram. really you just need something that tells what the different wires represent by color. then find a wiring diagram for the make and model of your ride that cooresponds to your stereo set up... then just match up the wires and there you go... personally i suggest haveing one of the boys at Best buy throw a harness... it costs like 15 bucks or something. plus you know it will be done right, and you can take it back if its not and have it fixed... bottom line they will be liable for any problems... hope this helps.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Lost Faceplate for Car Stereo Pioneer Premier DEH-P700BT

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SOURCE: I installed a pioneer Deh p49001b car stereo in a

to solve the problem with it turning off when u turn your lights on is that on the back side of your radio is a spot that says max and something else keep your ground wires conected just how they are but get u a a 14 to 12 gage wire a cut u about 6 inches and use one end and connect to your other ground wires (with Connecters ) and the other end and with a closed end connecter with the little hole in the center i cant place wat its called but any ways put it where that max hole thing is where there is a screw there and that should fix that problem cause i had that happen before .. but make sure your antentia is pluged iin to ok .. good luck Paul,

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Pioneer DEH-1100MP stereo no working

Is it older then a year? warranty or call18004211404. If your fuse is good check these. check you harness for a GOOD ground, check for power with a meter reader. For some reason on these units if your constant 12v and ignition 12v are both not hooked up it wont even do a thing. make sure both are connected. no loose connects?

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SOURCE: pioneer DEH-P3100UB car stereo keeps turning off and on again

broken wire, or dirty connection....oh check your ground wire for radio...

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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