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I need to pull the HU again anyway, so this will be an easy thing to fix. Below is the metra diagram with my notes for the OEM wire color. (Lower left) orange to orange/white Attached Images A Hexenbiest (HEK-sən-beest; Germ. On some headunits there is a seperate wire labeled Ill, or something like that, short for Illumination. #2 smokem Proven Member DSM Profiles: 1 Joined: Jul 3, 2007 Posts: 64 Best Posts in Thread InfiniteGSX Proven Member DSM Profiles: 1 Joined: Dec 10, 2002 Posts: 2,473 Likes Received: 10 Tijeras, New_Mexico InfiniteGSX, Jun 6, 2009 #1 I just got a

The Tan wire previously recommended is only hot with the low beams turned on. however lights on or off screen stays the same, also when I go the connections screen with the lights on or off the illumination always says off. I realize its been more than a couple years since the post, but any suggestion as to what I should do, or perhaps what you did, would be greatly appreciated" Some colt defender Back to top #15 lsdlls07 lsdlls07 Member Members 88 posts Posted 09 February 2010 - 03:34 AM So let me get this straight...if I have an illumination wire coming http://www.dsmtuners.com/threads/pioneer-stereo-display-issue-dimmer.338374/

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Honda Ridgeline Owners Club Forums > Honda Ridgeline > First Generation Ridgeline (1G 2006-2014) > 1G Mobile Electronics > Pioneer AVH series Auto-Dimmer Reply Tweet LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes Personally, I would rate Pioneer higher than Sony, but if the Sony does what you want and need it to do .... Several functions may not work.

Don't want anything to fry. Just gotta find out how to adjust the brightness. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... I don't know how badly having to manually dim the display will bother you, but with either of those HUs that's what you'd have to do.

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it happened to me, and i'm just trying to save you a headache. __________________ 2002 EX Coupe Current mods: Apexi exhaust Carbon fiber hood TYC projectors (HID retro coming soon) 17" First off, what harness did you use? All Replies Posted by Weigel21 on Sun, Nov 27 2011 5:42 PM Neither of the HU's you were looking at had the auto-dimming feature when you turn on your headlights. heavymetals View Public Profile Send a private message to heavymetals Find More Posts by heavymetals 11-22-2011, 02:19 PM #16 philinhouston Junior Member Member Since: Feb 2008 Location: Kingwood Texas

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Back to top #6 Unleashed Unleashed Member Members 53 posts Posted 09 July 2012 - 01:37 AM Is there anyway do disable the dimmer on the AVH8400 ? http://www.corvetteforum.com/forums/audio-electronics/2548044-pioneer-z110bt-display-not-dimming-with-lights-on-what-did-i-do-wrong.html you will find that the unit dims opposite of the car's dimmer, the dimmer you turn the interior lights the brighter the AVIC gets. How To Adjust Brightness On Pioneer Car Stereo The time now is 03:27 PM. -- New Civic Theme Contact Us - Honda Civic Forums - Archive - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Posted by TigerHeli on Mon, Nov 28 2011 4:20 PM Verified Answer Verified by Shawn In answer to your initial question - you have three things to consider: Whether the dimmer

Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy Log In I wound up having to buy yet another adapter to get that function back. Verified Answer Posted by TigerHeli on Mon, Nov 28 2011 4:20 PM Verified Answer Verified by Shawn In answer to your initial question - you have three things to consider: Whether however lights on or off screen stays the same, also when I go the connections screen with the lights on or off the illumination always says off.Any suggestions on whats wrong?It

Owned D3, Z2, DDX 812, F700bt, F90bt, Z1(w Z3 upgrade) and now the Z110BT Back to top Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Back to Problems/Troubleshooting 0 user(s) are reading Audio f'n kicks and the iPod functionality rocks. Perhaps the trace behaved as a fuse and that's why the damage ended there. You want to laugh?

Have you found the problem 01-05-2015 #15 xRiCeBoYx Administrative Rice. JMc View Public Profile Send a private message to JMc Find More Posts by JMc 03-20-2010, 10:38 AM #11 markcz Tech Contributor Member Since: May 2003 Location: North On my Pioneer AVIC-Z2 wiring diagram, they call out for the power lead pigtail off the unit: - orange/white: To lighting switch terminal.

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So the answer to your question yes.Here's something interesting. Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Apr 2005 Location: Temecula, CA Age: 32 Posts: 592 Images: 5 Rep Power: 148 Re: Illumination/Dimmer for Aftermarket Stereo So I've been There is another Orange wire on the car's harness that gets a very short voltage increase when I turn on the parking lights, what is this? Personally, I would rate Pioneer higher than Sony, but if the Sony does what you want and need it to do ....

Was I not supposed to do that? Quote: Originally Posted by xRiCeBoYx You gay Kenny.. BTW, GREAT unit. It's stuck at the lowest light setting.

Quote: Originally Posted by BlueEM2 It will forever be Kenny' fault. The correct wire to tap into on the factory harness is the illumination wire, the wire that shows 12V when the parking lights or headlights are turned on (red/black on the Some (notably JVC) dim the display at a user specified time. They all seem to have orange or orange/white wires, but those wires are used for other applications, not vettes.

Orange/white wire I believe. I was just confused because first of all the colors don't match AND the descriptions don't either. Its seriously like the unit is stuck in Dim mode or something. It actually looks pretty good!!

I have a circuit which I added which is 12V with the headlights on only, but not with the parking lights which is the way I like it since I use I principally commute back and forth to work, so it worked okay to dim it in the winter when it was dark coming and going and un-dim it in the summer Phil philinhouston View Public Profile Send a private message to philinhouston Find More Posts by philinhouston 11-22-2011, 05:23 PM #18 markcz Tech Contributor Member Since: May 2003 MARKETPLACE Buy, Sell, & Trade Retail Sales Transaction Feedback OFF TOPIC Introduce Yourself!

About Crutchfield Because my name is on the business, I work hard to make sure you get the best possible shopping experience. Posted by Weigel21 on Sun, Nov 27 2011 10:10 PM For me it depends on the color and weather or not there's motion.