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adz1910 
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Posted: January 22, 2007 at 4:49 AM / IP Logged  

hey. just got my new golf and it has a rubbish old panasonic head unit in it that i cant seem to remove, i want to put my flip out screen in.

ive tried everything. are there any tips for removing headunits that are really stubburn? ive removed loads of headunits in the past but this one really doesnt want to go!

its a golf mk3 by the way if that helps!

Thanks!

adz

adz1910 
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hey. just put the pioneer headunt in my car and when i connected the iso connectors the power came straight on even with no keys in ignition? so naturally when i take the keys out the ignition it stays on!

realllly want this solved and im sure one of the gr8 ppl on here will know! lol.

i have a brown wire that says battery on it coming from behind the cage connected to a yellow wire on the iso? please help!

Adz

adz1910 
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also the memory is being lost every time i switch off
adz1910 
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Posted: January 22, 2007 at 11:01 AM / IP Logged  
problem solved!
wotugot4me 
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Hi

From what I can remember if you used the autoleads iso then in certain vw's this will happen.  On your headunit try switching the yellow and red, so red goes to yellow and yellow to red on ur harness.  What model golf is it then maybe i can help a bit more. Do you have a multimeter handy? Some vw's i think mk2 and early mk3 but don't quote me, the autoleads joinsthe ignition and battery wire so the headunit is always on. 

If you have no luck pm me and i can look it up tonight, im in oxford area, u? 

jettagli03 
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V-Dubs in da house.
adz1910 
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Posted: January 22, 2007 at 11:19 AM / IP Logged  

yeah its a golf mk3 1995 cabby. yellow wire from where ? the car or headunit. the headunit is a bit of a bitch as its got a million wires coming out of it.

im in kent, gillingham area. thanks for your help

adz1910 
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Posted: January 22, 2007 at 11:22 AM / IP Logged  
lol ay?
wotugot4me 
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Posted: January 22, 2007 at 11:25 AM / IP Logged  

should bea yellow and red on the headunit wires, yellow is battery, red is ignition, a lot of cars you need to swap them around.  i know what you mean about there being loads of wires an no space in the mk3.  sounds like u might need to swap them. let me know if it works.

adz1910 
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Posted: January 22, 2007 at 11:28 AM / IP Logged  
do u have msn or something i could talk to u on properly
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