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    Hi guys,

    Still got problems.

    Has anyone got a picture of what each wire is for on the 3 connectors that come out from the middle of the dash, I'm trying to install an aftermarket DVD player but the wiring needs to be adjusted.

    I have a diagram of what the wires are for on the dvd but now I need to find out what wires do what from the dash.

    I've looked about but so far i'm stuck, hope some of you guys can help.



    Cheers.

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    WHat year is your car mate? Do you have the 3 rectangular plugs (2 with 8 wires & 1 with 20ish?)

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    It's a 53 plate m8, pre-face lift so it's iso connectors.

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    Do you mean the connectors, or the individual wires?



    The individual cables will be:

    Last edited by Elite2.2DTi; 13th November 2006 at 15:37.

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    Brilliant m8, exactly what I was looking for.
    Am away tae play.

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    Good Luck! Will be expecting pictures after the install.

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