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Anything is possible with a bit of fore thought ,take old one out then try to fit the new one the wiring plugs should be the same for two of them but the third one will work the changer so leave that disconnected
Wiring harness connections as described in the installation manual:
Black: Ground to metallic body or chassis of car.
Yellow: Terminal in fuse block connecting to car battery (bypassing ignition switch) (constant 12 V).
Red: To an accessory terminal in the fuse block.
Blue: Power antenna if any (250 mA max).
Blue with white stripe: To the remote lead of other equipment (200 mA max).
Orange with white stripe: To car light control switch.
- White with black stripe
- Gray with black stripe
- Green with black stripe
- Purple with black stripe
there are no lights on the changer. It has to be hooked up to a power wire(4-pins) and a controller that is mounted in/on the dashboard with a fm-modulator connected thru the radio antenna. You also need a jvc hand-held remote to turn it on/off and select the cds.