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I want to use the CD changer socket for aux input and need the pinout for the socket to make the radio believe there is a CD changer installed.

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    Jeff Turcotte Aug 22, 2010

    Sorry, the radio is not this Panasonic--it's a Ford CDR 4600.

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SOURCE: wiring pinout

red is 12 volt line that turns on with the key- the yellow is the 12 volt that stays on regardless of the key- the blue provides 12 volt to turn on an amp or to raise the antenna- the grey is the front right + speaker line-the grey with black right front speaker negative-white left front speaker + white/black is left front speaker negative- green is left rear speaker + green/black is left rear speaker negative purple is right rear speaker + purple/black is right rear speaker negative DO NOT GROUND THE SPEAKER NEGATIVE WIRES

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SOURCE: Panasonic CQ-C1300U How to convert CD Changer port to AUX-IN

Do you have a cd changer present ?

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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