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|09-01-2013 06:34 AM|
First, this is the only place in the web that I could find anything regarding my 6-disc dvd changer (I have a JK 2008).
Still I need a help with connecting BT handsfree device such as parrot ck3000.
I would really like to hook to the original speakers, so I would just need to know, what is the mute signal and which is the audio input. I couldn't figure that out from the attached wiring diagrams. However i am pretty sure I can do that, because I saw on the web that there is a harness for that connection.
Anyone? Audio input and Mute is all I need.
|01-20-2011 01:54 PM|
Wiring Diagram Help Please!
Ok, this is my first post so sorry if i'm off point but I searched for the right diagram and I can't find it anywhere.. I need the mygig (w/out nav) wiring diagram for a 2010 JK...
I need this to distinguish which wires to connect my two LOC's (line-out converters) to my 5-channel amp.
Basically I need the colors of front L+- / R+- and rear L+- / R+-
Thanks in advance for any help!! Sean
|01-11-2011 08:45 AM|
|MoreMud||I'm very intersted in removing the imposed motion limitations too. So reading thru this post it sounds like the only way to fix this is through a programming change? does anyone know someone over at superchips or any other company then does programming changes?|
|10-17-2010 07:52 PM|
The RED wire from C2.
And I answered my own question about the CAN Bus wires. You can't eliminate them as the head unit used the CAN Bus to communicate with the factory amp etc....
|10-17-2010 07:46 PM|
|Thunderstrike||Which wire is the fused power line for mygig?|
|10-17-2010 06:59 PM|
Originally Posted by JLC08JK View Post
|10-17-2010 06:39 PM|
Originally Posted by Unknown303 View Post
It will be of more use with the link
|10-17-2010 06:35 PM|
|Unknown303||I felt obligated to resurrect it as I'm messing around with stereos right now.|
|10-17-2010 06:32 PM|
Thanks guys for all of the great information
This thread will now have a link in the F.A.Q.
|10-17-2010 05:58 PM|
|Unknown303||Has anyone tested to see if disconnecting the CAN bus pin does anything?|
|03-21-2007 03:05 PM|
That would explain why the colors didn't match.
Is #7 "amplified antenna feed" a 12v switched output?
Maybe it can be used for amplifier turn on.???
|03-21-2007 01:30 PM|
That picture is actually the radio to amplifier wiring. Are you asking about the radio connector "C2"? Here are the radio connectors:
|03-21-2007 11:00 AM|
Originally Posted by jdrogers
OK ... that was easy...
one question.... what is the twisted pair of white wires?
the harness has...
2 pair Gray = speakers
2 pair Green = speakers
1 pair WHITE ?????????
|03-16-2007 05:27 AM|
While that might be true on manual trans wranglers, I have an automatic. I would need to replicate the neutral safety switch circuit. The E-brake on my JK does nothing with the DVD feature.
There has to be a workaround for this.
|03-15-2007 10:59 PM|
Originally Posted by jdrogers
So if this is true, then there would need to be a switch attached to the parking break wired into the bus that triggers a message. This is what we would need to spoof.
Anyone played with canBUS enough to know how to decode messages? The message format is like this:
I'd bet the 11bit (or 29bit) id field is unique to the brake, and the data-field contains "on/off" (i.e. probably a small field).
Any EE geeks out there have toys to read the messages in flight? It's been a few decades since I've had to read NRZ messages off a sniffer
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