I'm connecting my ZUNE player to my Ford stock radio with a iSimple interface that gives me a 3.5 mm plug to connect to my headphone jack. But I also need a separate ZUNE cable to recharge battery from the bottom with a cigarette lighter adaptor. Would like to only have 1 ZUNE cable plug, not 2 plugs to deal with. Would like to modify the stock ZUNE cable to get the audio outputs I need to send down the 3.5 mm line to radio. Can anyone tell me if there is a cable already OR can you give me the ZUNE plug wiring diagram so I can tap into the harness to get the headphone outputs to make my own harness. Also, do you know if these plug outputs are the same volyage that the headphone jack is ? THANK YOU ALL.
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Try holding up and back at the same time until the zune resets. Mine has
had that same problem, and I end up resetting it a few times and
eventually it works. You will then have to connect it to a computer to
reload the firmware and your media.
What do you need the diagram for? If your installing the radio, you do
not need a diagram you need to go purchase the wiring harness for your
make and model and year car. Match the colored wires together to the
ones on the back of the head unit then connect them, then that harness
plugs into your stock car harness that your stock radio unplugged from.
You also probly need an antenna adapter cable that just connects to
your stock antenna cable to add length and then plugs into your
aftermarket radio. If you need a wiring diagram because you are trying
to open you radio and fix it because it is broke or something...good
luck to ya. Hope I helped... :)
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the easiest thing you can do that will give you step by step directions. Go to http://www.crutchfield.com/ or call 1-800-319-8264 and tell them what car and what radio you have. They will sell you a adaptor and face plate with step by step directions. Everything you absolutely need.
If your installing a stock radio/cd player from another Dodge the wiring plug is the same and will fit.If your installing a aftermarket radio/cd player(JVC,Pioneer,etc)you will need to buy a adapter plug that wires up to the radio and is a direct fit to your factory wire harness,so your not cutting your wires.When you buy the adapter plug it comes with a wire diagram of which wire is what.Your aftermarket radio should have a diagram also,either on it or in the manual.Hope this helps you.
I am looking for the same wiring diagram. The headset Moto sells is a single earpiece with microphone, so how does that end up being a stereo connection Neto? Just curious how, or is there also a full headset with microphone? ( I dont' know, just asking)
Would this be a 4 ring TRS connector? Sleeve = ground, then left, right, and the tip as the microphone??