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Old 09-07-2005, 09:00 PM   #21
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Sigh.........

Nope, I dug around the whole trunk but didn't find anything that looked like a changer plug. I even looked for a ground wire under the drivers seat as indicated in the diagram but didn't find it either. I'm desperate to get this Ipod hooked up but I can't bear the thought of a non-stock system. Thanks to everyone and please keep the suggestions coming.
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Nope, nada, zip, zilch on the CD changer cables. Going back to what I thought earlier, if the factory did not configure the car with a CD changer they did not wire for it either.

So it looks like the Ipod interface is a no go.
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Sigh.........

$3,000 transmission at 60K miles
$400 fuel pump at $62K miles
Not Ipod friendly.
I'm beginning to lose faith in the Bonne.
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Ahhh....

The plug is BEHIND the [EDIT: I'm Gettin Old!] rear drivers side seat
hard fixed to the support rail it faces FRONT and a pain to get to.

The changer controls are over the BUS so all you really get is
left right - common INPUT which is what your after but
you wont have control over the iPod as you would with
proper adapters.

The wiring is diagrammed over in audio on a sticky
and the head pinout is in a thread on 2k installs
from several weeks back.

Gotta have a changer that speaks on the bus for controls
but you can get input / i'd just scab in at the head unit plug
- at least it'* an available input - but hackin' is required
a nice pigtail with a mini headphone jack.....
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Ahhh....

The plug is BEHIND the passenger seat hard fixed to the support rail
it faces FRONT and a pain to get to.

The changer controls are over the BUS so all you really get is
left right - common INPUT which is what your after but
you wont have control over the iPod as you would with
proper adapters.

The wiring is diagrammed over in audio on a sticky
and the head pinout is in a thread on 2k installs
from several weeks back.

Gotta have a changer that speaks on the bus for controls
but you can get input / i'd just scab in at the head unit plug
- at least it'* an available input - but hackin' is required
a nice pigtail with a mini headphone jack.....
ahh see HoWy to the rescue!!!!!
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Ahhh....

The plug is BEHIND the passenger seat hard fixed to the support rail
it faces FRONT and a pain to get to.

The changer controls are over the BUS so all you really get is
left right - common INPUT which is what your after but
you wont have control over the iPod as you would with
proper adapters.

The wiring is diagrammed over in audio on a sticky
and the head pinout is in a thread on 2k installs
from several weeks back.

Gotta have a changer that speaks on the bus for controls
but you can get input / i'd just scab in at the head unit plug
- at least it'* an available input - but hackin' is required
a nice pigtail with a mini headphone jack.....

Howy, you da man. I never thought of looking over there, just for clarification do you mean the rear passenger seat or the front right passenger seat?
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I Love that Sig...

Big INTENSE pully + PCM? = TICKET <sweeeet!>

To Specify: 2000 se - base model delco radio (wiring changes with trim)

There is a harness that terminates behind the drivers side rear seat
(sorry I said passenger in my post) The best way to get to it is from
the rear driver side door - stick hand behind the side of the seat about
the shoulder area and pull back (toward the front of the car) It'* where
the factory harness terminates.

Really 'tho an adapter harness that talks on the bus is a better option
'cus I'm not sure HOW aux equipment is seen by the factory HU and
I could'nt get mine into "aux" mode to get/test 12v at that harness.

I KNOW you have left - right- and one single common INPUT both
at that harness (rear seat driver side) and at the HU - and really
be easier to pull the deck - soulder a few leads to the GM ribbon
terminate them into a "mini jack" and plug the mp3 player in that way.

My only questions are again can the head be switched into "aux/changer"
mode with just a signal on the input or is data needed on the bus for the
HU to give up the aux mode. You're also stuck with using the players
controls for song/folder/volume as well.... and I'd be careful with volume.

Check our thread on 2000 installs for the pinout at the head I think I specified
exactly where the L-R-Common inputs are on the ribbon connector...

Still ya want control at the HU so this is really just a cludge....

the factory wiring for aux audio does however terminate in the location
mentioned behind the rear seat - driver side...
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God bless you!!
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Curses, still couldn't find it. Does ANYONE have a picture of it?
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Curses, still couldn't find it. Does ANYONE have a picture of it?
Couldn't find it either. I looked for half an hour, I looked through both sides and nothing.
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