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Thread: Delco HU Pinouts...

  1. #1
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    Apr 2002

    Delco HU Pinouts...

    I have a 1999 Grand AM, and I want to use my factory HU to put out the sound. I am aware of the alternatives, but I would like to keep my factory HU.

    Has anyone made this setup work? If so, I'd like details please.

    Someguy posted a link to on a post about interfacing a Delco headunit. If the owner of that site reads this post, your site is down and I can't read it. I'm kinda curious because that may have some type of answer on it.

    Thanks in advance guys.

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    Sep 1999
    Yarmouth NS, Canada
    Don't have the answer yet, but if you come across this before me would you pass it along to me? 2001 GA with same problem
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    Feb 2001
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    What you have to do is buy a remote tape player. Then mod the cable that connects it to the head unit. There was a site that showed the pin-out, but I haven't been able to find it. This is going to be my method in my 99' Sunfire.

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    The pinouts are as follows

    1. Battery Out
    2. E & C Data
    3. Ground Out
    4. Audio Com In
    5. Left In
    6. Right In
    7. Voice + in
    8. Dimming Out
    9. R14 Out

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  4. #4
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    Apr 2002
    Salina, KS
    I'm having the same trouble with my '02 Camaro. Here's a thread we have going on Check it out <a href=" r=1">HERE</a>. The good info doesn't really start till the 2nd page.

    The Camaro uses a simmilar head unit as many other GM cars.


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