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    headunit wiring and switched live Q's

    Evening all,

    2 questions:

    1) On a standard cd30 headunit, can anyone tell me which wires are the left and right +ve and -ve for the rear speakers, as I need to fit a line level converter for my sub.

    2) Am I right in thinking there is a switched live going spare on the fag lighter? If so how do I get to it?

    Had a quick search but couldn't get definitive answers - sorry if its all been asked before!

    Thanks in advance

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    Left rear + is Green
    Left rear - is Brown/Green
    Right rear + is White
    Right rear - is Brown/White

    The above wires will be twisted together in pairs

    Most of the time there's a spare ignition live going to the accessory socket in the middle, this will be a black wire. To get the panel out your best to unclip the heater panel first then carefully with a flat bladed screwdriver lever the whole panel the accessory socket sits in from the drivers side
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    Thankyou very much, I thought I had cracked the switched live earlier, but it was only supplying 3 volts...... Until I turned the fan on full and it supplied 12 volts.

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