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Form top to bottom, for the wires on the power connection side (right) Aqua (A), Brown (S), orange (LR), yellow (LG), black (G), red (L). The letters in parenthesis indicate the letter by the connection on the circuit board.

Posted on Jan 23, 2011

  • Jim Feb 01, 2011

    Do you have a diagram for the iPod connector side. Those wires pulled out on me.

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I have an ipod 3 in 1 car kit for ipod model IP-QRFM88.The wires that are attached to the part that goes into my ipod all snapped and i want to solder them back on how do i do it

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Here are wires from an iTrip Auto 2007 model.
iPod side below.

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Power Plug side below.

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Posted on Sep 25, 2012

  • Mike Sabo Sep 25, 2012

    The picture above is of an unaltered iTrip 2007 power side connection. It appears that the Green(left) and Violet(center) wires are mis-placed from the factory. The Violet attached at (G) and Green attached at (V) with the Blue(Aqua) attached to the (A) side as it should seem to be. If so then the correct placement for Violet is J3 and Green is J4 in the power plug. I would suggest checking both sides of this wire before reattaching wires incase yours is properly attached and not like the one pictured. .

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Munashe, here is a photo of my repaired itrip smartscan, there is also information about the color order and whyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/26791657@N00/8016684580/in/photostream

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