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I have a 'Eurovox' car radio/cassette with 'Land Rover' on the front, but the two plugs do not match up with my Range Rover. So I would like to know how to, (after removing the plugs), wire it in. These numbers on the security code card - Model: 6330R. s/n: 2680093948. These numbers on the radio itself - Model: 6330 DE. s/n: 268009394 B. I do hope you can help. Thankyou, Martin. Email: Phone: (03) 5828 5284.

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  • lipton444 Oct 03, 2008

    Thankyou for this information. I'm not sure that I follow it all, but I shall give it a go. There are no plugs in the Range Rover so I have to hard wire it in. Thanks for your help.


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You can remove the plugs and wire nut the wires together the plugs are just for convenience. You will need to read the wiring diagrams of both to know which wire goes where.

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What year,\ and model is the Lamd Rover?

What year and model is the Range Rover?

I have the wiring diagrams available at this sitem you will need the above information.

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    Land Rover Wiring Harness

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    Todd Gale Sep 24, 2008

    just wired my 6330 into my sons first car so can help out.

    > white/black stripe, | white

    > green/black stripe, | green
    > purple, | red
    > grey(on its own) -- (LOCK LUG SIDE)
    > black, | orange
    > yellow/black stripe, | yellow
    > blue/backstripe, | blue

    Using above format:

    FRONT right | FRONT right

    FRONT left | FRONT left

    12V + | 12V + connected to ignition switch

    auto antenna (I didn't use this)

    EARTH | (don't know name but used on some car
    phones to turn volum down when phone rings-not needed)

    BACK right | BACK right

    BACK left | BACK left

    As a matter of convention the speaker wires that have the thin black
    stripe are used to make sure all the speakers are connected to the
    same polarity, and this way they are all in sync. On some speakers
    (low end of market) it also shows the "earth" wire for the speaker.

    The purple 12 volt wire is connected to a voltage source that is
    always on, as this is what maintains the radios memory (radio station
    settings and clock) and makes the LED on the front flash as a security

    If you want the radio to work without having to have the ignition
    switch on, then simply run the two wires together to your fused active
    12 volt supply.

    To make sure the radio is OK I connect the purple and black wire to
    the 12 volt and earth respectively and make sure the LED comes on.
    When the red wire is cionnected then the screen lights up etc and you
    can put the security code etc in.

    Don't run the radio without any speakers connected as you may wreck
    the output circuit and this is expensive.

    The antenna plugs into the socket at the rear right hand side.

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    Todd Gale Oct 03, 2008

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If you leave the original plugs connected to the radio unit you will be able to get an adapter from a motor store. In the UK Halfords keep most types, in the US I don't know what similar stores you have but i would imagine Radio Shack or similar will keep the type you need. Take the radio unit with you so they can see the connectors on the unit - they will probablky be ISO fittings and then they will be able to advise the Range Rover fitting.

If they do not have a suitable adaptor, ask them to identifiy the connectors on the radio unit (DIN, ISO etc) and then ask your local Landrover/Range Rover dealer if they can supply an adaptor for you.

Hope this clears your problem, please mark the post as Fixya.

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