If all of the speakers, radio, and lights work, then install the radio bracket into the center dashboard. In no way does Wiring Diagram Pictures claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner. The factory radio harness in all Porsche models after 2002 have no switched power because the factory radio is activated by data-bus. A good place to tap this circuit in the car is the cigarette lighter socket that is located near the radio. I've done all of the legwork for you here by putting together this handy wiring chart 1998-2004.
Oddly enoughly, the wires that have given me problems to date have not be around the engine. For vehicles manufactured in 2002 and earlier, this extra connection is not needed. Pins 1 to 6: yellow housing. Figure 2 Use the radio removal keys available direct from Becker and also supplied with the factory kit, green arrow to pull out the radio by inserting them into the head unit and pulling on the two keys using two screwdrivers. I tried jump-starting car but it would not start - just clicking sound from starter.
Information and technical articles within this website are for reference only. Pins 7 to 2: green housing. The adapters plug into the factory connectors and have leads on them that you can then connect to the leads or connector on your new radio. See the page for more Copyright and Trademark information. Can you help clarify if I really need that converter or not?? I know the is a common problem, and am willing to do the right things make it right. The Carrera alarm system has a small contact switch located to the left side of the radio compartment that detects removal of the radio.
I would check with the dealer to confirm you have the right code. Most of us have been using on line for locating information, suggestions, articles or another research for their needs. Hi, I found that a radio wiring harness adapter from Crutchfield works with my stock harness that was connected to a Reno stereo. Porsche 996 Carrera 1999-05 Porsche 996 Carrera 4 1999-04 Porsche 996 Carrera 4S 2002-05 Porsche 997 Carrera 2005-08 Porsche 997 Carrera 4 2006-08 Porsche 997 Carrera 4S 2006-08 Porsche 997 Carrera S 2005-08 Parts Required: Radio, antenna adapter, wire harness adapter Hot Tip: Get the correct adapters for your car, so you don't have to cut any wires Performance Gain: Great-sounding tunes! You will also see this noted in checkout. If you have a factory amplifier installed, then you can simply adapt the signal from your new stereo into the leads on the yellow plug, as I have done with this stereo installation.
May 28, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Just one speaker? The failures were most evident where it appeared the wire had been flexing over the years. May 28, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: I don't know. Release the black plug from it's mounting bracket by turning it counter clockwise and pulling it off of the bracket. This is what I've done: - Replaced all the fuses - Used sand paper on the fuse connection points in the fusebox - Inspected the wire ends where they meet the fuses. With the new head unit wired up, reconnect the battery, and turn it on to test it. Radio Wire Harness When you receive your new radio harness it may have a number of additions soldered to it. Plug the adapter into the back of the unit, and then you should be able to plug the antenna cable into the unit.
Radio Wiring Harness 2002 911 Mar 09, 2019 - Thank you for visiting Wiring Diagram Pictures. As you can see below. To add to the previous post. It has the dual din with the 220 on top and the multi disk player below. Could be a loose wire to short to that speaker. Any other tips or suggestions would be most welcome.
If the radio or car battery is disconnected, the radio automatically disables itself. I am trying to keep The Bose Amplifier. Typically your aftermarket head unit instruction booklet should have a section relating to the connections to the unit. After jump starting a dead battery, the factory-installed radio does not work. Figure 3 Shown here is the new radio ready for installation into the car. You can access the document via a link though. Route the wire through the dash starting at the radio cavity and working your way to the ignition switch.
But that shouldn't be the case unless the engine tin is missing. I'm going to see if I can find some items locally before I put you to any heartache. Some of them were green from corrotion, so I cut the wires a bit, then soldered the ends. We understand, we may have different view about this but at least we have attempted our best. The factory Porsche head units manufactured by Becker are best described as barely adequate--the technology is at least 10 years old in most cases, and the controls on the units are beyond terrible. I am not familiar with the adapter.