I've been using my DEH-P860MP head unit for about 6 months with no problems. Today I was replacing my front door speakers in my ford 1998 F150 Ext cab. I got the first speaker hooked up, then turned the igintion to ACC to test it out. Then I was listening to everything for about 5 minutes when suddenly the head unit turned off. No crackling or pops or warning. I didnt do anything to the system other than unhook the old speaker and then hookup the newer Polk Momo.
I tried the reset button on the faceplate, checked all my fuses, and cant find anything wrong. My amps dont turn on either since theres no power being sent over the remote wire. Now a couple questions...
1. Is there any way to get the faceplate off without power on a Pioneer DEH-P860MP? Its motorized so now it wont flip down to access the release.
2. Is there a fuse inside the headunit that I might be missing?
Any ideas on why this fairly new unit is pooped out??