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CD Changer wiring

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  1. InSoMnIa
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    [Jan 28, 2012]
    hi all hope you can help,

    Ive have purchased a 6 disc multichanger to fit into my glove box (8E0 035 111), and i need to connect it to my head Concert II Head unit, ive looked at serveral pages searching for the correct wiring diagram but to no avail, please can some one point me in the right direct, upto yet i have a cable which came from a bora i had a few years ago but has seen better days, so my aims are to jiggle the wires about so they are in the right order to work.

    right here what ive got
    Head unit
    pin function
    10 cd-ground
    13 data - out
    14 data - in
    15 clk
    16 + switched
    17 us+
    18 Audio Ground
    19 cd-r
    20 cd-l

    changer
    1brown
    2red
    3green
    4yellow
    5---
    6blue
    7black
    8purple
    9white
    10orange
    11grey
    12------

    can anybody help link these together ?
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    [Jan 28, 2012]
    Far easier to just buy the right cable
    This is the pinout for the stock Audi changer but I wouldn't trust the colour coding as Audi like to change it just to keep everyone on their toes. You could easily right off the changer and possibly the HU if you wire it up incorrectly.
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    [Jan 28, 2012]
    it has the 12pin rectangular connector
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    [Mar 3, 2012]
    Which connector did you need in the end?
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    [Mar 19, 2012]
    I'm also looking to add the same changer (8E0 035 111) in my glovebox, does anyone know the Audi part number for the lead to connect to a Concert or Symphony II+ head unit ? I have asked a dealer but he just tells me that the Autochanger will only fit the RNS-E.

    The glovebox part number would also be handy if possible for an 09 plate car with Soul Black interior.

    Thanks in advance to all.
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    [Mar 19, 2012]
    That's an ISO lead, you need quadlock for an 09 model
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    [Mar 19, 2012]
    Sorry, didn't notice that he had an '09 plate car.
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    [Mar 20, 2012]
    Thanks both - cable sorted :icon_thumright:

    Still struggling with part number for the changer itself, so far I have three to choose from 8E0 057 111 D, 8E0 057 111 A(X) and 1Z0 035 111. All of these claim to fit the A3 but I suspect at least one to be optical and incorrect. Will do some thread searching .....
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