It looks like a good set up.
Ive just spent all weekend trying to sort out the problems with my newly installed Pioneer AVIC-F980DAB. I had it installed by a firm who were supposed to know what they were doing. Big mistake on my part.
after waiting a week for their suppliers 'Pioneer' specialist to come back from vacation, the battle commenced.
The unit was installed last friday, the 'expert' informed the installer that very few Jeeps have the boston audio kit installed
and that a simple adapter woul solve the wiring issue.
result no sound (surprise surprise) then for some very bizzare unexplanable reason the audio started to work and worked for over an hour - until i switched the engine off. At that point all the video stuff was working great AND the radio was showing the station idents on DAB and which track was being broadcast.
Next morning all video working and DAB, sat nav etc was good - but no audio.
took back to installer, had 'chat' about the boston audio amp, installer had been told by installation kit supliers 'expert' that mine didnt have one so unit must be faulty.
contacted supplier (in germany) who was adamant it was a software update issue
updated software to latest version (07 to 08) made no diference at all.
I decided to actually look for the audio amp - found it on the left hand side of the area inside the rear door - so i do have an amp!
took Jeep back to installer today and showed him the amp his face was a picture -especialy when i told him he would be paying for a replacement if it had been blown by the pioneer sending it an already amplified signal for the short time period it had worked.
If anyone has any suggestions though on how to fix the mess, i.e. get the pioneer working, it will be greatfully recieved.