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I'm installing a AVIC-X850BT into my 2013 DC. I've found the directions for the bypass so I can use the Nav while the car is in motion. My question is can I still hook up the "Car speed signal input" wire or do I have to leave that disconnected. The manual says without the wire hooked up the nav won't be as accurate, but if I want the HU to think the car isn't moving then hooking up this wire seems counterproductive...
 

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My understanding is that it uses the vss wire for times when signal is lost like going through a tunnel or when there are lots of tall buildings
 

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It dies but I have put in hundreds of Pioneer nav systems without the vss wire and never had any issue at all, aside from a few of the Pioneer systems there aren't too many navigations that even have avss wire anymore. I used the Pioneer avicx930bt in my old tundra for several years and never had any nav issue not having the vss wire hooked up, in the older units the bypass didn't work properly with the vss wire hooked up.

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