Its Radio from my junked 2000 dodge - I need to know pin inputs
If i knew what pin layouts were then I won't hurt my radio when i try to hook it up in a, different car. there are 2 x 7 pin plugs on rear, i grey and 1 black - what goes to which pin? radio is P56038933AB. thanks Paul
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cheap is an FM adapter but they are horrible bat sound quality the best way is using a Dodge aux input adapter , they cost that much because there is a lot of electronics involve inside this box, the interface tricks the radio to open the external CD changer port you can buy the interface from here use Summer coupon for %10 off Dodge aux input
Do not do it!!!! The dash basically does not come out. Everything on it comes through it. You can get the radio out without removing the dash, I don't know how but it does. I just took the dash out of a junk truck just for the wiring harness, You gotta be kidding me. I knew it could never go back in and be right. I suppose it could but t would take weeks. The steering wheel has to come off, there are bolts inside the vents holding it on, A million switches and wires, and the ac unit is a bunch of unforgiving cables that never get hooked back up right. If you want to save some time and trouble, just go to a store like best buy where they install radios, they can do it in 10 minutes, where it would take you 3 hours just to figure it out. Hope this helps.
In the mix of wires there will be a constant wire. this is usually labeled on the back of your deck this is the wire that need to be hooked into the hot wire. this will provide constant power to the radio that will help it keep the time,position on cd when powered off and other info.