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  • Installing stereo - help!

    Hi guys, I'm hoping someone can help me.

    I want to connect this

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    to this, which I think is original, and is what is currently sticking out of the hole where the stereo should be.

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    I've got this

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    and this

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    I've connected everything up, but nothing's happening. I've read on here about checking connections behind the hazard switch - I've done this, and everything seems to be plugged in properly.

    I've still got the original stereo, although this wasn't connected when I bought the car. I've tried putting this back in, but again, it didn't work - although I don't know if it's the original stereo that doesn't work, or something wrong with the wiring. This means I'm no further ahead, and I can't tell if the problem is with the adaptors I've got, or if there's no power getting to the stereo and there's something wrong somewhere in the dash that I can't see or reach.


    Any suggestions?

    Thanks, Mark.

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    Re: Installing stereo - help!

    Take a look at the wiring diagram here http://www.daewootech.com/docs/1136-12.pdf

    The Radio section is here .....

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    Trace your supply and see you have power .....

    IHTH

    Laurie

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    • #3
      Re: Installing stereo - help!

      You've obviously got a lovely, very early unmolested Mk2. What is it?

      You could make a nice adaptor to convert that. The power connector will take 0.25" and 0.125" spade crimps and you can buy speaker sockets fairly easy.

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      • #4
        Re: Installing stereo - help!

        i would put the female iso plug on to your old power supply thats what i have done

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