Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 18:28:10 GMT
From: Porsche_S2 <>
Subject: Re: 900s radio wiring help

This made me think of a few things. Is there a special Y-adapter to the patch cable (s-Video looking thing) from the control unit to the additional 80 watt amp? I would like to install another amp for a subwoofer, but have no clean way of patching it through. is there a diagram of the pins involved with the extra amp? If anyone had this same thought and/or has developed a solution for this, please let me know. Thanks for all your help. This patch cable also, correct me if I am wrong, supplies power to the amp as well. In theory, would this be a drain on the power specifications? Has anyone upgraded to Trionic chip and installed the OEM when their car visits the shop? I just want to have the best of both worlds and avoid voiding the warranty. If I take it to a independant shop for warranty service, will they care about the chip? Is there any other upgrades that would void a waranty? MV In article <8d0bub$ot2$>, wrote: > the splicing won't be a problem - I just don't want > any suprises or shorting out other dash components. > That's why I asked my initial question and was looking > for a more detailed reply. Thanks anyway. > > In article <8cuaqv$>, > "Christopher A. Nowell" <> wrote: > > I did mine really easily just by splicing. It took me a few minutes > to > > figure out the wires, but once I did, it was no problem on my 87 900 > > <> wrote in message > news:8csnms$vcu$ > > > Purchased 88 900s that has had the stock radio removed and a > > > Radio Shack thing installed. Whoever installed this cut the > > > harnesses to install this thing. > > > My question is this; > > > 1) should I go to a used car place and find harnesses and > > > splice to remaining leads in dash > > > 2) splice existing wires to leads off the back of a Clarion receiver > > > (removed from another 900S? > > > > > > Here's what I'm looking at: > > > > > > from in dash harness rear Return to Main Index

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