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Get an old credit card, snap in half the long way.. take each piece and slide on each side of radio (after removing faceplate and trim ring) should just be able to pull out after... if not reply with the type of car it is in...

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I have bought a 16 pin iso lead power wiring harness adapter to enable me to fit a panasonic stereo in my old BMW. Please could you tell me why the adapter has a brown wire which is not connected at one...


Harnesses are made for many vehicles. The harness you bought may fit another year model where the brown wire might be used. If you are not using this wire, just tape it up and secure it. It will be fine as long as everything is working on the stereo you have installed. good Luck.

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Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Red/Black
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Red/White
Car Radio Ground Wire: Strap or Chassis
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Black/Yellow
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A
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You can find a generic color code diagram for most/all aftermarket car stereos (including Panasonic) here:

http://www.siocommunications.co.uk/Wiring_files/audio_wiring.jpg

This picture should cover just about everything. If the picture has a wire that your stereo doesn't, just ignore it. Not all stereos have all color wires, and some stereos have colors or RCA jacks or plugs that aren't in the diagram. Those are usually connectors for amplifiers, CD changers, satellite radio, or something like that. The basics should all be included in this diagram though. Good luck!

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have you tried just holding the preset button down ??

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