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  1. Just bought car with D3/no disc(s)

    I called Pioneer today and ordered the discs. They confirmed that if the unit is pulled, or battery disconnected, you have to have the disc to set up system. All of those things did happen upon purchase of the car (unit pulled/battery disconnected). I simply tried to play a music CD, with result of reading error, then tried the DVD, for movie, same reading error. Pioneer said noting but radio will work without the disc. $134 later, disc is on the way. I didn't realize the D3 was that old. The car is just 3 years old, so the previous owner must have had the unit in another vehicle and installed in next vehicle, the one I have.
  2. Hello all- Just bought a 2010 Challenger with a D3, no manual/no disc(s). Nothing really, at all, worked, not even radio. Took it to audio shop and they charged me $35 to get the radio to work. They said they could look up required disc(s) Monday, and let me know what I needed, but looking at the Pioneer site they were on, I thought I saw a disc for $100? Though I don't mind paying a fair price to get all the bells and whistles, I don't want to get totally taken advantage of, either. I assume I will need a GPS antenna, and one or more discs? At this moment, I have radio, and that is it. I tried a CD: Error I tried a DVD: Error When I push "Map" I get the standard, "Insert Disc" message. I can't even figure out how to get a clock? Is everything contingent on disc? B