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Sweet. Very helpful for anyone adding amps. I tapped into the wires in the door sills and it was a bit of a pain cause there was some wires twisted together with same color code but just different size of gauge. So I had of bit of trial and error testing which wires did what.
 

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Is this for the nav or base radio?
 

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Dang it! Does anyone have one for the nav system?
 

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hmmm, wonder if maybe they have the same connectors? Maybe only thing extra is GPS Antenna? not sure?
 

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Your silly
You know how to get this info, all you have to do is ask.
Ahem...excuse me sir do you have the diagram for the UVO Nav system? LOL!

I mainly want the colors that are for the speakers so i can tap into the ones that run into the harness for the door under the dash so i can run my components properly
 

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Ahem...excuse me sir do you have the diagram for the UVO Nav system? LOL!

I mainly want the colors that are for the speakers so i can tap into the ones that run into the harness for the door under the dash so i can run my components properly
No sorry
 
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I can't find the NAV unit. Post it here if some one finds it and I'll rename this post to include all diagrams for wiring headunits.

I did use pin 11 (ACC) on connector B on the UVO unit as a perfect remote. Also ran rear + & - to the high pass filter on my amp and worked perfect. Stashed the amp under passenger seat and used the seat bolt for ground. Just had to scrape the paint on the seat frame first. I'll post some pics of the install when I'm finished building the sub box for hatch floor and installing.
 

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I can't find the NAV unit. Post it here if some one finds it and I'll rename this post to include all diagrams for wiring headunits.

I did use pin 11 (ACC) on connector B on the UVO unit as a perfect remote. Also ran rear + & - to the high pass filter on my amp and worked perfect. Stashed the amp under passenger seat and used the seat bolt for ground. Just had to scrape the paint on the seat frame first. I'll post some pics of the install when I'm finished building the sub box for hatch floor and installing.
Watch yourself in pin 11
It has a history of overheating the radio
3 times now I have seen it including one of my radios

Also I have all the diagrams but I just can't find an easy way to post easily from Kgis
 

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Watch yourself in pin 11
It has a history of overheating the radio
3 times now I have seen it including one of my radios

Also I have all the diagrams but I just can't find an easy way to post easily from Kgis
What did you use for remote wire? If I knew how easy the stereo comes out, I would of made connections there.
 

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How does it overheat? The Remote wire is parasitic. It doesn't add any voltage to the unit. I am seriously asking, I've never heard of that happening and am wondering if I shouldn't move it. I've just never been a fan of tapping at the fuse box.
 

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Watch yourself in pin 11
It has a history of overheating the radio
3 times now I have seen it including one of my radios

Also I have all the diagrams but I just can't find an easy way to post easily from Kgis

Just take screenshots maybe.


Found this also. LINK Getting that first trim piece off is a b!tch.
 
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