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  1. rallyjannne

    rallyjannne New Member

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    Hi

    Can anyone tell me if the wiring for a "Concert" stereo is different to the wiring for a "Delta"

    Thanks

    Ian
     
  2. AndyMac

    AndyMac Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    No it's exactly the same, although the Delta has an external antenna amp and the Concert is internal.
     
  3. rallyjannne

    rallyjannne New Member

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    I Have fitted the Delta to my 98 A4 which used to have a concert in it prior to me buying it, but the Delta keeps going back to the "Safe" mode every time I switch off the ignition
     
  4. AndyMac

    AndyMac Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Yeah the ignition on & perm live are the wrong way round. Swap over the yellow (red stripe) & red (white stripe) wires on the black power iso block.

    Why would you retro fit a Delta it's worse than the Concert (and that takes some doing)?
     
  5. rallyjannne

    rallyjannne New Member

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    It had a cheapo Goodmans in when I bought it the "original" had been removed, picked the "Delta" up on a car boot sale for £2.00, can't complain.
     
  6. rallyjannne

    rallyjannne New Member

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    I don't have yellow (red stripe) & red (white stripe) wires on mine

    Wiring on ISO plug
    1) White / Blue
    2) No Wire
    3) Green / Blue
    4) Red
    5) No Wire
    6) Grey / Blue
    7) Red / Blue
    8) Brown

    Symbols on Stereo

    1) GA
    2) Mute
    3) +
    4) S- Kont
    5) + _/ _
    6) Light Symbol
    7) + UB
    8) Earth Symbol

    Any ideas on which goes to where and how do I get the wires out of the ISO block without cutting them

    Thanks

    Ian
     
  7. AndyMac

    AndyMac Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Swap S-Kont (ignition on) with +UB (perm live).
    You can release the pins in the ISO block using a very small screwdriver. Poke it in to the rebate next to the pin and bend it over away from the pin and with some trial & error you can pull the pin out using the wire. Alternatively just buy a male & female wired ISO blocks and use them to Xover the wires.
     

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