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Bypass lockout on AVIC-N2, AVIC-D1


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extreme1 
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4 posts from a new member and all suggesting NOT modding the N2, hmmmmmmmmm
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extreme1 wrote:
4 posts from a new member and all suggesting NOT modding the N2, hmmmmmmmmm

Yes, but 2 posts from a new member saying that it DOES WORK ???  hmmmmmmmmm

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Nice to see the new members have some common sense.
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auex wrote:
Nice to see the new members have some common sense.

im a new member and i wouldnt try the n2 mod but i did the d1 mod and i can guarantee it works. not like that means much, im just some guy on the internet.

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I wont try it unless a moderator or someone who has been here a while accually has some kinda proof of this working.
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Oh my god. The Pioneer police are coming!!! Hide, hide!

 
Yes, the D1 mod works. But don't do anything you don't feel comfortable doing. Frankly, I did it and I don't even have a video system. I did it to get rid of the nag screens and open-up some of the options. My parking brake didn't work as their system suggested, so I had to ground the lead out anyways...
 
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I am new so I am sure I will be acused of being the ringleader of the new and improved sabatoge team, but I have done three N2s now and it works great for me, just as described in the original instructions.  Not sure what the deal was with that one guys getting messed up, but it worked perfectly for me and the rest of the sabatoge team :-)
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bboypuertorock wrote:
I wont try it unless a moderator or someone who has been here a while accually has some kinda proof of this working.

I'm a Pioneer dealer and if the customer wants to do this they can, but I'm not going to warranty it and netiher will Pioneer if something goes wrong. It's no different than trying to mod your PS2 and you screw up. You end up buying an expensive paper weight, but please don't come back to me expecting warranty.

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Can anyone validate that the D1 bypass works?

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algutkin wrote:

IF you do this, you are really looking for trouble. It doesn't work, it is a scam, probably invented by the Pioneer sabatage team. The more units you break, the more you have to buy.

algutkin

Ha! Ha! Ha!

Yet another bitter "tech guy" with nothing better to do. Are you serious? Sabatage team? Give me a break.

This does work. I have a D1 and it works great. As far as the N2 is concerned, it has a bypass so that the techs can simulate driving conditions while on a bench.

By the way, anytime you bypass video equipment or modify ANY manufacturers' product, you guessed it, you void the warranty. Do the manufacturers count on you doing this for their profit. I really don't think so. Think about what you say in the future before you look like an @$$ !!!

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