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Bypass lockout on AVIC-N2, AVIC-D1


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ltrains 
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Posted: August 23, 2005 at 12:52 AM / IP Logged  
how to ground the parking wire.. do you just wire on it to any thing..
grand cherokee 97 4.0
avic n2 with cdr11 remote and xm..
pcguy760 
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Posted: August 23, 2005 at 2:41 AM / IP Logged  
algutkin wrote:

PCGuy760:

I think I was the guy bidding against you. That is,  if it was the unit being sold by the outfit in Corona, CA.  My next bid had to be $1175.00 so I quit. I'm not into driving up the price for the next guy.  The radio is a good deal at $1150.00.

I personally think the N2s are going up in price as we get closer to Chrismas, so I thought that stocking up would be good for some extra bucks. I wouldn't sell the bypass info, or sell radios that had been bypassed, that is just looking for a future law suit, if not from some damaged person, it might come from Pioneer themselves. Selling bypass info or bypassed radios might put Pioneer in some kind of legal jeopardy. I bet they fix the R197 pins on the future units they manufacture.

good luck with the install, you got a good deal on that radio.

Al

LOL - this is funny to run into you - yeah I just checked it's the same seller and item hehe :).

robturano 
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    Well jeremyjerm, I took that into consideration when I made the decision to configure the system that way. However the intent for the ability to view video while driving was not quality of entertainment, as it was to glimps a perticular clip in a movie that the viewers in the back seat may bring to my attention. Or to catch a quik move from the playstation. You may be better served worrying about that pesky 18 wheeler,  telephone pole, motocycle and occational pedestrian, than a couple of little white words on the bottom of your screen.
Go4DKil 
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I have a N-1
If I upgrade with the new discs, will this bypass work on the N-1?
whtcrxghst 
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Posted: August 24, 2005 at 1:23 AM / IP Logged  

Nope

Go4DKil wrote:
I have a N-1
If I upgrade with the new discs, will this bypass work on the N-1?

bazzgazm 
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Posted: August 24, 2005 at 9:21 AM / IP Logged  

Well, curiousity bit me.

I had an extra n2 lying around that was returned. missing some parts, so you can guess what i did. =)

of course i'm smart enough to figure out the guy was right. Boards are coated =) so.. I scraped away what i could, bought a tracing pen @ radio shack (3.99, better than solder when working on circuit boards) and made me a nice little connection.

get in the car, drive it. get on the road, 25-30-40-50 mph, still works, all the gps features are unlocked. everything. and so far, so good, we're testing it out in one of my guys cars.

you may say another newbie posting good news. but just so you know i am a supervisor @ best buy in virginia. Not trying to pull your chains. You can email me (Ask via private message and i'll tell you what you need to know i.e. real email address or whatever)  

as said, so far, so good. i'll update you if i have ANY problems. the key here is to remember to remove the coating off the board. otherwise, you can drop as much solder there as you want and it'll nEVER make contact.

if you look at the bottom of the n1, and use common sense.. the n1 has no opening as such. no covered up holes, no anything to access the board. Use your common sense, pioneer put this there for a reason. when i get a chance i'll call my pioneer representative and see what they know of this. I probably should have done that before but the avec was going to be sent back so why not put it to use? anyways. good luck you guys

pcguy760 
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Posted: August 24, 2005 at 2:29 PM / IP Logged  

Something tells me that Pioneer is gonna get rid of that R197 hack on the newer models or even newer N2's. Bypass lockout on AVIC-N2, AVIC-D1 - Page 5 -- posted image.

Does this mean that our (older)  AVIC-N2's will be worth like $5000? LOL. Bypass lockout on AVIC-N2, AVIC-D1 - Page 5 -- posted image.

pcguy760 
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Posted: August 24, 2005 at 2:31 PM / IP Logged  
whtcrxghst wrote:

Nope

Go4DKil wrote:
I have a N-1
If I upgrade with the new discs, will this bypass work on the N-1?

That Sucks. Guess you better keep the old discs ...

algutkin 
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Posted: August 24, 2005 at 8:11 PM / IP Logged  

Pcguy:

Probably won't be worth 5 grand, but the closer to Christmas it will sure be worth closer to the $ 2200 MSRP.  When it snows perhaps guys will make out in parked cars and try to convince those dumb girls that they are in the drive in.

The other side of the value equasion,  what  good is a unit that only works when it is parked? Can't even put he unit in your boat, the GPS function will kill the Video.  Censorship Sucks!

The worst part of the whole thing, I wouldn't sell a unit that has been soldered. Suppose the buyer screwed up the install and then claimed that you sold a defective used radio? So, it looks like we might be stuck with our soldered units. My motto, once the radio is installed, just sell the car and don't remove the radio. Not worth the trouble.

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Posted: August 24, 2005 at 8:18 PM / IP Logged  
algutkin wrote:
Censorship Sucks!
How do you figure this is censorship?
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