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Guide for Wiring an Ignition Source - (Aftermarket Stereo Fitting) New Addition

Sidhu88 Jun 25, 2012

  1. Sidhu88

    Sidhu88 Active Member

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    You sure the remote is connected to the remote switch output and not the powered antenna? Usually identified as white and blue for remote and solid blue for powered antenna
     
  2. iyrix

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    all the leads were standard except for supplying the main power. The loom itself supplies the amp, all you need to do is add earth.

    I'm going to take it apart again and see what i can work out.

    Cheers
     
  3. Sidhu88

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    Try earthing it to a new place.
     
  4. Sidhu88

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    FAO Admins: i'd like to revise this guide but there is no option to edit. Help?
     
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    if the stereo turns off when I remove the key do I still need to do this additional wiring? The stereo that I've bought (and broken, but can hopefully fix) has a little canbus box.
     
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    Bump. Any help much appreciated.
     
  9. Smeds

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    Has anyone had issues with radio signals on aftermarket units? There are two plugs on the standard unit but the adapter only uses one of them.
     
  10. tilu

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    Hi!
    Can you use this fuse to take the power to a relay that drives the radio so it comes on and off by the igniton key
     
  11. TimWills28

    TimWills28 Well-Known Member Team Floret Silver VCDS Map User Audi A3 S-line owners group TDi

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    CHeck my video for a ignition live...

     

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