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2006 VW Jetta Stereo Wiring

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Posted: May 02, 2006 at 6:14 PM / IP Logged  
I recently did a line out converter, amp, and subs in a 2006 VW Jetta and noticed there was not anything in the database for wiring. Here it is if anyone needs it....
***Black Connector***
RED / Yellow   : +12V Battery (2 wires)
ORANGE / Purple: Canbus +
ORANGE / Brown : Canbus -
Brown        : Ground
***Lt Brown Connector***
RR (-): lt BROWN / purple
RR (+): RED / blue
LR (-): lt BROWN / white
LR (+): RED / white
RF (-): lt BROWN / black
RF (+): lt BROWN / red
LF (-): lt BROWN / blue
LF (+): lt BROWN / green
***Blue Connector***
These wires goto the Satellite radio module mounted to the rear deck in the trunk.
Removal of the factory radio is not to complicated. You need to remove the upper trim first. Start by removing the sensor on top (looks like a black piece of plastic sticking up for no apparent reason). There is a screw located below it more towards the windshield. Next remove what appears to be a grated speaker cover. This piece sits inside the border of the upper trim piece and held in by pop tabs. There are two screws under that. Remove the black plastic and you will find 2 more screws. Now the upper trim and vents can be removed. There is 2 screws facing you holding the lower trim around the radio. The rest is pop tabs. 4 screws holding in the radio.DO NOT pull on the face plate to remove the radio. The face plate will come off and possibly pull the ribbon cables behind it out. Use a cotter pin puller or equivalent to pull on the radio from the back side to remove it.
I may be lost but I am making good time.

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