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You need to connect extension wires to the speaker cable and leave the ICC side of it unplugged. Here's a pic showing which side to connect to:

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you mentioned to leave the ICC side of it unplugged which one do i unplug there's 4 connections under the icc unit itself b white black green white?
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shoony wrote:

You need to connect extension wires to the speaker cable and leave the ICC side of it unplugged. Here's a pic showing which side to connect to:

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you mentioned to leave the ICC side of it unplugged which one do i unplug there's 4 connections under the icc unit itself theirs white black green white?
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no1fan wrote:
shoony wrote:

You need to connect extension wires to the speaker cable and leave the ICC side of it unplugged. Here's a pic showing which side to connect to:

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you mentioned to leave the ICC side of it unplugged which one do i unplug there's 4 connections under the icc unit itself theirs white black green white?


This is the plug behind the passenger kick panel it looks... He's cut the wires running into the body loom for the speakers... The speaker end is hooked to the new headunit while the ICC section is left disconnected...

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 Post subject: Re: Another BA Aftermarket Head Unit Thread - COMPLETE
Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2014 9:08 pm 
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ok i think ive worked that out the left side...... now i got a question on the right driver side why couldn't he pick up the speaker wire before loom as he did for the passanger left side ive marked out what im talking about in the black circle of the picture. his picking up the speaker wire where the purple is as his marked out is there a problem before the orange loom as i marked out

 

 

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local car radio shop in Broken Hill did this they replaced the new plastic surround and it has extra usb ports and put the cd player in

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