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Wiring problems I have a aiwa cdc-x155 and i am trying to hook it up to a different car and i need to know what wire is which?

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Re: wiring problems


Most of current AIWA in-dash units are ISO/DIN compliant and therefore conform to the ISO Wire Color Code standard. If your model is ISO certified then it would be following the below illustrated wiring scheme.
You can verify its adherence to the standards by checking that the "Earth" wire reads 0 ohms using a continuity tester as against the ground/body of the stereo unit. Incidentally most current car models also follow the same standard with the exception of later VW / Audi vehicles and therefore would be simply be plug in.

If you suspect any deviation, perhaps you are better off purchasing an original Aiwa two, eight way plugs for your CDC-MP32 CD Player.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things are or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Nov 11, 2007

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