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Wiring i wood like to know where to connect the pink /black wire for the signal int.

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Re: wiring

According to the wiring diagram, it is for an Audio Interrupt.

Which means, if you have a car kit, bluetooth, or wired, you can connect this wire to it so the Head Unit will MUTE or Attenuate.

If you dont have a car kit, you dont need to connect it to anything.

Best of Luck.

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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