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    Help with DEH-P4700MP

    When I bought this car, it already came with the pioneer deh-p4700mp. Recently, i bought and when i plugged it in, i cannot access the aux. When i press function, i only see BSM as an option. I also know that my cable came from hong kong so it might be that i have a faulty wire. I just want your guys' advice on what I can do now.

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    for pioneer radios, you will need to turn the aux input on by turning the radio off and holding teh function key to gain access to the radio menu. in that menu will be a option to turn on the aux input.

    for future referance though:
    Quote Originally Posted by meddler View Post
    This forum is dedicated to CarPCs and installing them in your car.

    The car audio forum is dedicated to integrating your car audio system with your CarPC.

    For specific questions related to car audio equipment systems that do not include CarPCs, I would recomend checking out car audio specific forums:
    et. al.

    There is a chance that someone on here might have an answer for you, I would just hate for you to wait around for it when I know you could get an answer much quicker on a dedicated forum.

    Good luck.

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