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dickw5000 
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Joined: July 07, 2009
Location: Australia
Posted: October 29, 2009 at 6:39 AM / IP Logged  

Hi there,

the diodes go inline (replacing a section of the wire). They stop the voltage going the wrong way through the circuit, making sure it is a one way circuit. They have a band on them pointing towards the end you want the end you want the voltage to flow TO.

I think you will have to cut the Motorola speaker wire, because all of those plugs are proprierty. You can buy the speakers by themselves on eBay from time to time.

The mute wire on the headunit will mute the headunit, but mine didn't route the sound to the speaker, hence the extra fiddling. On my other car, which has a Nokia HF unit, and the factory headunit (which is BlauPunkt), it mutes AND routes the sound (I think, unless the installer did something tricky, which is unlikely, because he did a second car and couldn't mute or route sound).

If you get stuck, I can take a pic of my finished install, it's super accessable on my Mitsubishi Lancer :)

good luck, Dick

Ween 
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Joined: August 01, 2004
Location: Illinois, United States
Posted: October 29, 2009 at 12:41 PM / IP Logged  

hi,

if you search Molex micro-fit 3.0, i believe you'll find the same style connectors on the module.

if it has a connector on the power cabling (8-pin), it is a Molex mini-fit jr. series i believe.

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