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    Blue Plug for CD Changer

    Right I just brought a new cd changer lead for my audi s3 2002..

    Has anyone got a wiring diagram of the blue plug which goes into back of headunit.. I would copy my old one BUT they have been cut and joined everywhere.. Need to know what colour wire goes where..


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    Here you go:



    So if Audi have actually managed to be consistent from one end to the other then:
    AF-R = Grey
    AF-L = White
    S-GND = Black
    UB+ = Brown
    ACC Switched live = Red
    CLOCK = Blue
    DO Data Out = Yellow
    DI Data In = Purple

    Data In and Data Out (Yellow and purple) may be round the other way as its not clear which is in and which is out.
    Last edited by AndyMac; 13th March 2010 at 01:19.
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    Thanks so much... Any suggestions on how to get the pins out the bloody plug, bit hard without proper tool..


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    Easier just to run the new cable otherwise you do need to buy a proper pin extraction tool
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