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11.10.4 - Radio Connections, CD Player and Cartridge Removal ( )

The standard radio has an 8 pin DIN style socket for attaching the CD stacker, which is wired through into the boot. Where no factory CD player is fitted, the Alpine CHM620 can be fitted using the existing wiring and will be controlled from the standard head unit.

The stereo also has a 5 pin DIN socket for connecting a separate power amplifier, available in some markets to drive a sub-woofer.

In addition, there is the main 20 pin connector to the stereo, with pins 1 - 10 on top going right to left and pins 11 - 20 on the bottom. 1 and 10 are 12V feeds, 4 switches the lighting on and off and 3 is a variable feed from the lighting dimmer circuit.

If the CD cartridge appears to be stuck, try pushing a credit card or similar under the cartridge to the right of the eject button.


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