Hello, I purchased a cd changer (Jaguar product) and want to install it in my 2002 Jaguar S-Type. I know the unit is trunk mounted and I have the correct radio head unit but I can only find a rectangular 12 pin connector available in the trunk and the connector on the back of the unit is round. Any ideas?
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Yes. You will need a proper Jaguar changer with the correct fibre optic leads (d2b) then It will need to be programmed to the vehicle wich can only be done by Jaguar. You may also need the correct carpet for the n/s of the boot
My experience with the x type is that everything that is added must be introduced to the ecu/car before it will operate. If the same is to apply for the multichanger it would have to be carried out by somebody who has the correct equipment.
Well I had a 1990 Xj6 with an aftermarket cd-changer in the trunk and it didn't work, so when I took it to an audio specialist he said that it needed to be replaced. But what he did say is that most manufactures use the same connection cables for their products, ex. Sony plugs will work on all Sony cd-changers. I now have a 1994 Jaguar XJ6 and I have the same error code. I know that Jaguar installed Alpine CHM-S620 cd-changers. So in theroy you could go to an audio store and get the same cd-changer and it should have the same plugs so you wont need to rewire anything. I havent done it yet because I just bought the 1994.