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You just assume , same plug, must be the same connection? Even when in both cars they use different radio / audio systems?
Without a cabling diagram I never would plug in anything. You be lucky, if it is only acting strange and you did not damage anything.
Not knowing what model or year you are talking about, I even can't check how you should wire them. I do have some Opel (Vauxhall) manuals., don't forget to mention the building year from both cars.
On radio or car manual; there must be attached label which shows radio serial number. You must contact to opel & provide that radio serial number in order to get acivation code for your car radio. As far as i know; there is no way to work original radio without having activation code.
Ha Ha, you fell for the old Vauxhall / GM dead bulb trick didn't you !!!
You're thinking "hold on though the 'Bulb off indicator' on the dash isn't lit but the foglight bulb doesn't come on ???
There is something posted elsewhere on the net about this problem as I had this problem too and I didn't believe either?
The thing is whilst all of the necessary hardware is there for the rear foglight on that side ie: lampholder, bulb, wiring etc! it isn't actually connected to the harness. Therefore you will never get the light to work because there is no power going to that particular light.
Vauxhall say that the bulb may be used as a spare for the other side though ??? handy that eh ?
- WHEN YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR RADIO CODE, TRY THIS: I JUST TRIED THIS ON MY 520 IN A HOLDEN VECTRA (1999) AND IT WORKS:
- HOLD DOWN THE 'AS' BUTTON UNTIL YOU HEAR A BEEP, THEN YOU GET THE FOLLOWING DISPLAY:
10 - - - -
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 1 UNTIL YOU GET THE FIRST DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 2 UNTIL YOU GET THE SECOND DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 3 UNTIL YOU GET THE THIRD DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 4 UNTIL YOU GET THE FOURTH DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- HOLD DOWN THE 'AS' BUTTON UNTIL THE STEREO TURNS ON.
I have to ask if you are willing to spend a little time with the 30 wire bundle? First of all you have to have a 12volt dc tester and a 9v dc battery. Take the tester and check each wire of the 30 wire bundle until you find one with 12 volt. Mark it and set aside. If you get more than one with voltage that is OK just mark them w/tape and make sure they get capped or taped as not to short anywhere. Now that you know which wires are HOT, lets move onto the others.If possible find out how many speakers are in the vehicle. Take the 9v battery and find small gauge wires in the bundle of 30 remove insullation on the wires about 1/2 inch touch one wire to one post on the battery and another to the other post (Just a tap, do not hold on too long) you will hear a speaker pop. Find out which it is front left, back right etc. and mark the pairs that make it pop. If possible to pull the speaker you can identify the wire colors from the speaker to see if they are in fact in the 30 wire bundle. After you locate your power and speakers the 15 wire harness should be easy to attach to the proper connections. Hope this gets you going.