Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 12:01:19 GMT
From: hohnopsamlid.invalid (Goran Larsson)
Subject: Re: CD Changer installation


In article <1016102983.24358.0.nnrp-12.9e981281nopsam.demon.co.uk>, JRD <JonathonnopsameditchAUNTY_SPAM.com> wrote: > covers so that there are no sharp edges exposed. the connector is underneath > the unit and is rectangular with 2 rows of 6 flat pins slightly offset. As the CD changer is mounted on the left side of the car you should look for the connector on the left side of the car. The connector can, if installed at the factory, be found behind the side covering. The cable should be factory installed for all cars with a factory mounted audio system. Note that the CD changer has to be married to the car by using the Tech-II diagnostics instrument. You will have to visit the dealer for the marriage. > Ok, my question is this. I have looked in the boot and the only connector > that I can see is at the right hand side (as you look at the car from > behind) at the back of the well where the spare wheel goes. It's round with > approx 7 or 8 connectors. Is this the right connector for the Unit ? No. That connector is for the tow bar and it is obviously not suitable for a CD changer. :-/ -- G–ran Larsson hoh AT approve DOT se

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