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09-01-2013 06:34 AM
Parrot ck3000


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

Black 2010
Mountain Edition
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
Unknown303 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
I just noticed that it's over 3 years old
It will be of more use with the link
Future mod?
One day when you guys decide you need some northern perspective in the moderators circle.
10-17-2010 06:39 PM
Originally Posted by Unknown303 View Post
I felt obligated to resurrect it as I'm messing around with stereos right now.
I just noticed that it's over 3 years old
It will be of more use with the link
Future mod?
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
JLC08JK 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
ksjeep226 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
jdrogers 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
You mean like this?

OK ... that was easy...

one question.... what is the twisted pair of white wires?

the harness has...
Red +
Black -
2 pair Gray = speakers
2 pair Green = speakers


1 pair WHITE ?????????
03-16-2007 05:27 AM
lazerpunk 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
The radios in the JK communicate with the rest of the vehicle using the CANbus system. Basically a local area network. So something like the PCM will send a message to the radio about being in park or drive and the radio will work accordingly.

Radio Pictures and Pinouts

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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