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rnemtb 
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Posted: February 09, 2016 at 1:59 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote rnemtb
Good afternoon,
   I have a pioneer AVH-X3500BHS Head unit installed in a 05 explorer sport trac. I have a CD-IV202AV VGA interface cable with apple vga adaptor. all was well until a couple of days ago. I was able to see all song playing, artwork, etc. on head unit screen. then all of a sudden I have caution message about viewing video from front seat and to press ebrake releasebrake and press brake again. I never hooked up wire for watching dvd,s as I am not watching dvd,s.i have tried another usb cable my iPhone 6 charges with both cables. usb icon on home screen is not lit up. anyone have any ideas as to wether it is pioneer interface , apple adaptor, or usb at back of radio.music on iPhone still plays through head unit justdoes not show on screen any more. just caution message . sorry for long post
any help is greatly appreciated
rnemtb
stumasters 
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Posted: February 24, 2016 at 8:04 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote stumasters
I'm not farmiliar with the touch screen units much, but it sounds to me like you may need to ground the park neutral wire, or (bypass) it's built in security. Depending on what your using to stream with, Music player / Pandora / Youtube, It may be triggering the warning for whatever reason. Shouldn't be that hard to do either, I'd say there is better information out there to instruct you easily.
Sorry, Some answer better then nothing I guess.
Best of luck.
rnemtb 
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Posted: February 25, 2016 at 5:18 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote rnemtb
just fixed issue it was a bad cd-iv202av vga adapter. replace it with new on and that solved the issue.
thanks everyone
rnemtb

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