W203 Audio 10 refit problem HELP

Simonish

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HELP, I am trying to refit my audio 10 in my coupe having removed the Sont MP3 and Parrot bluetooth kit.

Simply connecting the plugs up - nothing works!!

Looking at the pinout on the becker site and comparing my plug I get confused/worried etc

my pinouts are as follows

Connector A

Pin 1 nothing
Pin 2 green/black wires (double wires)
Pin 3 yellow/black wire
Pin 4 red/blue wire
Pin 5 black wire
Pin 6 nothing
Pin 7 nothing
Pin 8 brown

This does not seem to match the becker website of

1 Speed dependant volume GAL
2 nothing
3 phone mute
4 constant 12v
5 ant trig 12v if radio on
6 illumination
7 ignition
8 ground

Help help I am very confused, I kind of remember moving a wire when it was installed but only on pin 7 though I can't find an Ign live anywhere so god knows what I did with it
 

bitonw

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Stecker A

Pin 01 GAL an Klemme 6 von C2
Pin 02 K-Leitung
Pin 03 Telefon-Mute
Pin 04 Kl. 30 (battery +)
Pin 05 Schaltausgang (automatische Antenne)
Pin 06 Kl. 58d (Licht)
Pin 07 Kl. 15R (ignition +)
Pin 08 Kl. 31(Masse -)


Stecker B

Pin 01 Lautsprecher hinten rechts +
Pin 02 Lautsprecher hinten rechts -
Pin 03 Lautsprecher vorn rechts +
Pin 04 Lautsprecher vorn rechts -
Pin 05 Lautsprecher vorn links +
Pin 06 Lautsprecher vorn links -
Pin 07 Lautsprecher hinten rechts +
Pin 08 Lautsprecher hinten rechts -


Stecker C(Audio10/APS30)

Pin 01 Innenraum CAN High
Pin 02 Innenraum CAN Low
Pin 03 Rückfahrlicht
Pin 04 Wake up D2B an CD-Wechsler/FSE
Pin 05 + Versorgung CD-Wechsler
Pin 06 - Versorgung CD-Wechsler
Pin 07
Pin 08
Pin 09
Pin 10

bt
 

miro

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Connector A

Pin 1 -
Pin 2 DIAGNOSTIC LINE
Pin 3 MUTE
Pin 4 +12V
Pin 5 ANTENNA
Pin 6 -
Pin 7 -
Pin 8 GROUND

The car has canbus so not all of those lines are needed as the information is transported over the car network to Connector C via CAN-H and CAN-L
 

bitonw

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Good news, but how did you solve it? Pls. tell us so others can learn from it.

Thx.
 
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Simonish

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I made sure my wires matched that which Miro posted, changed a fuse :eek: which blew latterly and hey presto thanks to you all
 

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