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Bypass lockout on AVIC-N2, AVIC-D1


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bazzgazm 
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Posted: August 24, 2005 at 10:59 PM / IP Logged  
Oh yeah. this unit is for nothing but trial. This will not be sold to a customer =) maybe if this proves to last it will be used on our personal cars. But other than that.. the gps unlock is the best part. i can type stuff now! YAY! not that i should be typing and driving either =) hehe... USe common sense whenever you do anything like this though.
pig sti 
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I've got a new D1 harness sitting here that I'd like to bypass. What's the easiest way to pull the antenna wire from the harness without damaging the pin?
extreme1 
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use the mute wire, not the power antenna.
there's a little plastic tab that holds onto the wire.
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pig sti 
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Thanks - I'll look for the tab. The car it's going in has no power antenna though, but I do plan on installing a bluetooth car kit soon. :)
algutkin 
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Auex:

Human beings seem to be unable to accept responsibility for the stupid ,and sometimes, dangerous or  illegal things that they do. When these individuals exceed thier own personal limitations, their defense seems to be to blame thier own stupidity on others and contact an attorney. Consequently, the reactions and results that arise out of the ensueing litigation serves to be nothing more than censorship for the rest of us that know our own personal limitations,and stay within them.  

I am personally angered when somone or some group, that hasn't proved superior intellegence,  suceeds at censoring, or limiting, my life and freedom, as a result of others that cannot be responsible for their own actions.

If we continue to lower everyone's limits to those that make up the weakest link, mankind in general is going backward. Wouldn't it be better to help raise up the weakest link.

For example: You get into an accident while watchin the car video or playing with the GPS. The penalty is that you are personally forbidden from having children, cell phones, makeup, or food in your automobile. You also must attend 40 hours of traffic school with extra courses on mental multitasking. You also must drive with two hands on wheel at all times, keeping the ten and two position. If you cannot pass a eye hand coordination and reaction test, your driving priviledge will be withdrawn.

Censorship says nothing more than "Since stupid uncoordinated weak minded people cannot do something without causing danger to themselves or those around them, we must stop everyone from being able to do that particular something".

That is why I used the word censorship.

My hat it off to those of us that are mentally and pysically able to determine for ourselves when it's time to put down the cell phone, ditch the makeup, close the Avic display, stop hitting the kids in the back seat, and for God's sake, when we should stop trying to drink hot over filled Starbucks.  

tromar1 
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Majestyk wrote:

OK does this really work or not? I can't wait to try but I don't want to screw anything up.

Thanks

Yes it works.  I just had it done yesterday.  I was skeptical at first when my installer told me about the fix....I had them promise not to mess up my N2.  Took the installer less than 30 mins to do it.  I was still skeptical until I was doing 80 on my way home and tested the system.   

auex 
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algutkin wrote:
If we continue to lower everyone's limits to those that make up the weakest link, mankind in general is going backward. Wouldn't it be better to help raise up the weakest link.
Actually that is Darwin's job. Our job is to see that they don't take out any other people with them. Majority over minority.
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algutkin 
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Posted: August 28, 2005 at 12:22 AM / IP Logged  

Back to the discussion on Bypassing the Pioneer AVIC N2s lockout on certain imputs when the vehicle is traveling more than 5 MPH.

The pin soldering method seems to work, I have completed the task on  three of my own radios. I have a vehicle that contains the first radio that I screwed up the bypass soldering, so when I did the others, I simply removed the screwed up radio and inserted the newly bypassed in order to perform my success test. Well, mybe it's coincedence, but I noticed that the bypassed radio seemed to run hotter. The underside of the bypassed radio seemed to be warmer than the radio that was not bypassed. I have not had the opportunity to test the bypassed radios on long trips, or continued long term usage.

Has anyone been able to put some miles and hours on one of the bypassed radios? Anyone experience overheating problems? No need to cause a panic, I just want to make sure it isn't my imagination.

Micro64 
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Upgraded N1(to N2 software) owners are out of luck. The hole and R197 is not present even when the unit was  taken apart. Any ideas? Bypass lockout on AVIC-N2, AVIC-D1 - Page 6 -- posted image.
AVIC-N1/N2 - Watch Video and Die while you drive. End of story. Navigation Inputs while Driving are LEGAL. (State Law).
zracer196 
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Posted: September 07, 2005 at 6:29 AM / IP Logged  

Hello,

Just bought a D1...Forgive me for getting lost in this thread...

I know I cannot watch movies...No need to for me.  Just want to have all the NAV capabilities while driving (maybe my wife uses it while I drive) and also would like not to have try and find the brake wire...Lastly, do I need to connect the reverse (back-up) wire?  I have a good friend that is an electrician.  He'll do the wiring for me.

In short, what is the method for defeating on the D1.

THANKS!!!!!!

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