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There is no where to plug my input cables into my stereo on the back

Do i need a y adaptor and what kind?

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    Tygh Duval May 11, 2010

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I need a wiring diagram for a Mitsubishi Stereo DX-262AL. I want to replace it with a Clarion CD stereo, which I need to "marry" to the existing DX-262AL car loom. Any help much appreciated.


Hi there,

Option 1: If you haven't purchased any components yet.

If your Mitsubishi still has the original OEM (factory) wiring loom, then the newest method of connecting an aftermarket head unit (i.e. Clarion) is by using a 'snap-on' adaptor harness which eliminates the need for any cutting/joining/soldering.

The adaptor you want is the Mitsubishi-to-Clarion type: one end of the adaptor has the Mitsubishi (female) plug and the other has the Clarion (female) plug.

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These adaptor looms can be purchased from most automotive accessory shops, or you can purchase very cheaply online from Ebay.

Check this link (this is the Clarion MAW2-16 adaptor for 1995-2004 Mitsubishi vehicles) @ USD $1 + $11 shipping (Note: the Year of your vehicle will determine which harness you require):

http://cgi.ebay.com/CLARION-MITSUBISHI-FACTORY-WIRE-HARNESS-ADAPTOR-95-2004-/370521783457#vi-desc


Option 2: the hard way

If you REALLY want to do it the hard way and start cutting wires, then here is the wiring colour codes:

EARLY MITSUBISHI AUDIO CONNECTORS:

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LATER MITSUBISHI AUDIO CONNECTOR (SINGLE TYPE):

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I trust this answers your question? :-)



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Does the profile mp9300 car stereo have an aux input? If so, where?


Yes, the mp9300 has axillary in. It has a pair of traditional RCA red/whites coming out of the back of the stereo.

I am assuming you are wanting to plug an iPod or Zune type device directly into it. To do this you would need to pull out the stereo to access the RCA inputs and add an RCA to 3.5mm adapter like this one.These are commonly found at radio shack, best buy, walmart, or any electronics store for typically under $5.

After you install the adapter you can simply route it behind the stereo and out the back underneath a panel in the car so you can access it.

I have included a diagram of the wiring to help you out should you chose to decide to do this yourself.
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Good luck!!

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I have connected a cable to the external port on the back of the unit to use my IPOD, how do I switch to use the AUX port.


occasionally car stereo receivers automatically detect an input when you start playing music through you ipod. Sometimes you have to manually switch it yourself. try looking for an input button to change inputs on your stereo.

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Just want to know how to get my mp3 phone to play music through the stereo


Depending on the phone there is a cable available for this, some phones also have a FM transmitter device (sold separately) that you tune your radio into it and can play songs from the phone. Most Nokia phones simply need a 2.5 or 3.5mm headphone jack to 2xRCA Cable, this will plug into the Auxiliary inputs at the back of most stereo systems.

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I have a stock stereo and two subs with an amp in the trunk. Also two alpine speakers in the rear. Whenever I turn my balance to the left my subs don't play. What's wrong?


Hello.... I am sorry to hear you are having problems. The reason for this is that since you have a stock stereo, the shop (or person) whom installed the amp and subs used a line out converter. What this part does is allows the connection of RCA cables to the factory head unit. Almost all bass signals are always in stereo, so since you were only hooking an amplifier for just subs, you can actually just connect to just one of the rear speakers instead of connecting to the right and left. Just makes the install a little quicker. There is nothing wrong with this as I usually do the same thing in our shop. However, if you are going to be using the balance control, then you will need to go back to the shop and have them hook the converter up in stereo (to both rear speakers). Hope this helps!

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I need to install a kenwood cd player into my 2001 ford explorer step by step


goto the auto parts store and purchase a pair of stereo keys, fascia adaptor and wiring harness (you may need to get fascia and harness from a car audio store or circuit city.)
Then use the stereo keys to remove the factory stereo. Push them into the small holes on the front of the stereo push them slightly outwards and pull to release the stereo. Unplug all the connectors from back keeping track of where they fall.
Insert wiring harness into the stock wiring
attach fascia in regards to its packaged instructions.
Place cage from new stereo into the hole in the dash using the tabs on cage to secure it,
Attach stereo to other end of new harness along with aerial (may need adaptor for this also depending on the new head unit.)
Insert stereo into new cage and voila nice new stereo.

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I have a Alpine CDA-9830. It has a AUX setting and so I was wondering if I can connect an ipod to it? I cant seem to find any input for a cable. I looked online at the manual, but it didnt really answer my...


Hey Guys,

This is the part you need..its an adapter for Alpine stereo..its called the ainet to rca.. then all you need to do is get a stereo jack cable to rca and plug the stereo jack cable in to the ipod and rca's in to the adapter..it plugs on left side of back of the unit if you are looking at it from behind

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Can I plug my MP3 player into the aux. socket on my car radio, with the appropriate cable and play the stored music?


You should be able to do that as long as you have the right cable.

Most of the mp3 players have a "mini-stereo" jack (3.5mm) and some car stereos have the same type of jack for "aux" input, and others car stereos have RCA jacks for the "aux" input.

Even if the jacks are not the same type, you can use an adapter cable that converts the mini-stereo jack to an RCA jack. You can find them at many places like Best Buy, Circuit City or Radio Shack.

Depending on the type of car stereo you have, you would normally press the source button to change between the tuner, cd player, aux or whatever you may have connected to the stereo. You may even have a seperate button to press for the "aux" input.

I hope this was helpful to you, if you need more information just ask, and please give more info on the type of mp3 player and the make and model number of the car stereo.




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http://www.ehow.com/how_5829_wire-car-stereo.html

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