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Pioneer MXT-X366BT Troubleshooting

Radio Will Not Turn On

The radio does not power up.

Ignition Not In "ACC" Position Or Motor Not On

After putting the key in the ignition, to it to the "ACC". Turning the key to the "ACC" position will send power to the radio and power it on. Also, starting the motor on the vehicle will allow the radio to power on.

Power Button Pressed

Hold down the power button on the radio for a few seconds. After doing so, the screen will turn on, and go back to normal.

Blown Fuse

Once locating the fuse on the back of the head unit, pull the fuse out and check to see if the arch in the colored plastic is connected. If not, the fuse is "blown" and needs to be replaced. Replace fuse with the same amp rating and radio will power on.

Recent Dead Car Battery Change

If the car battery died while you were operating the radio, it could have sent the radio into an anti-theft mode. To reset the radio, you need to consult the manual. Within the manual, there is a code to turn off anti-theft mode.

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Sound Cutting Out Over Bumps

The sound cuts off as the vehicle travels over bumps.

Main Power Cable Loose

Check the main power cable to the battery. Wiggle the power cable connected to the battery, by touching the plastic casing around the wire, to see if it is loose. A loose battery cable can cause intermittent power loss to the radio. Tighten the clamp connecting the cable to the battery.

Loose Contact WIth Head Unit Wiring Harness

Locate the white wiring harness on the back of the head unit. Wiggle the harness to check if it is loose. If loose, firmly push the harness back into the head unit. If it does not connect, you will need to replace the wiring harness.

Loose Ground Wire

Locate the ground wire leaving the radio. The ground wire will be connected to bare metal on the vehicle. Tighten the ground wire to the vehicle to ensure it is making contact.

Speaker Wires Not Connected Tightly

Locate the wires that lead to each speaker that comes from the wiring harness. Check to see if the connections between the wiring harness and the vehicle's speaker wires are connected tightly. If not connected tightly, replace the wire connectors to ensure a solid connection.

Power on but no Sound

The radio has power but no sound is being produced.

Volume Turned Down

Turn the volume knob, located on the left of the face plate, to the right to turn the volume up.

Bluetooth Not Connected

Check to ensure that the Bluetooth has been paired correctly with the head unit if you are using a Bluetooth connection. Scroll through the connection settings and find "Connect Bluetooth" and follow the instructions given by the radio.

Screen And Sound Cutting Off

The sound and screen are both cutting off intermittently.

Faulty Battery

Having an old battery or a faulty battery could cause the radio to not have enough power. The battery to your car may need to be replaced.

Face Plate Not Inserted Correctly

The face plate on the head unit may be loose or not connected all the way. Push the face plate back into position firmly to ensure that it is properly secured.

Head Unit Wiring Harness Loose

Locate the white wiring harness on the back of the head unit. Wiggle the harness to check if it is loose. If loose, firmly push the harness back into the head unit. If it does not connect, you will need to replace the wiring harness.

Sound Not Being Produced By Every Speaker

Sound is not being emitted from every speaker in the vehicles sound system.

Head Unit Wiring Harness Loose

Locate the white wiring harness on the back of the head unit. Wiggle the harness to check if it is loose. If loose, firmly push the harness back into the head unit. If it does not connect, you will need to replace the wiring harness.

Configuration Setting

The settings on the stereo may be set up in a manner that only provides sound to one side/bank of speakers. Check the settings in the head unit by cycling through the menus and make sure that the stereo is configured in a manner that provides sounds from all sides.

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