Question about Car CD Changers
1994 pontian grand am. we installed a cd player and it was working great when placing it in the council one of the wires were pulled now there is no power running to either of the stereo's we install, i checked fused the only one i found was a 10, replaced it, but still no power to stereo, absolutly everything else in the car works still.
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THE FIAT BRAVO HAS A STANDARD ISO CONNECTION WHICH SHOULD PLUG INTO MOST AFTERMARKET STEREOS AND THEREFORE YOU WON'T NEED TO KNOW THE COLOUR CODE, IF THERE ISN'T ANY PLUG ON THE STEREO BUY AN ISO PLUG THEY'RE NOT EXPENSIVE AND CONNECT IT TO THE RADIO AND JUST PLUG IT INTO THE CAR HARNESS, YOU DON'T REALLY WANT TO CUT THE CAR'S WIRING
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
hey mate, i changed the unit in my vt, went to the holden dealer and they gave me a wiring sheet for the vt commodore range, the basicmodel, berlina and calias all have different units, the sheet tells you what wires are which for each head unit. hope this helps. stuie
Posted on May 21, 2008
The dealer should be able to get your code from the dealers database.
I'm pretty sure they hold the car chassis # and radio code from the
original sale on the DB. This may cost you cash.
Otherwise, looks like you'll have to go to a Mazda dealer and have a "hard reset" performed on the radio. This will cost you cash!(unless you know someone)
P.S. Most dealers in Europe don't charge.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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