A few others have reported having issues with their radio LCDs. I've had this problem for the past few months and decided to call the stealership for a quote on the repair. Rather than repairing the LCD, they wanted to replace the entire radio console at a price of $1,500.
Here's my solution:
Part # is CWM4319 @ http://Parts.PioneerElectronics.com
I think the total cost came to right around 90 dollars for the LCD + shipping and handling.
So here's my write up.
Before you begin, make sure you have a ratchet with a 10mm socket as well as a socket extension. You're also going to need 2 phillips head screw drivers - i dont have the exact size, but be sure you have a very small one for the internal part of the removal and a standard sized one for the external portion of the process. Oh and one last thing, put the parking brake on and pull the shifter all the way back. Here it is:
Start out by removing the air vents. All you have to do is grab the center piece and pull the vent out evenly on both sides, and firmly.
The Red circle shows the clip that holds the vent in place, there is a clip on both sides. The Blue circles show the female connectors to the Clock and the Hazard Light.
Right Below the A/C control panel is a black plastic piece. It may seem as though there is no way to remove it, but try to find a way to pull it out. Just be sure to apply even pressure on both sides or you'll break one of the clips.
So here is what you should have thus far.
Remove the bolts circled in red. There should be two bolts above the radio and two bolts below the A/C console.