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Thread: The Elusive Wiring Harness

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    mnbujold
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    Angry The Elusive Wiring Harness

    This is relatively straightforeward.

    I have a Craig DR3645 head unit. And yes, I know Craig filed for chapter 11 in '97, but I still need a wiring harness for it.

    Of course, the kicker is finding one. And this seems like as good a place as any to ask for assistance. So if anybody knows...

    So far, the only advice I've been given is to trash it, but I know it works, and it has aux. in jacks, so...

    Lemme know.

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    Make one?

    I had a Clarion that had the same connector on the back as an ATX motherboard. So if I wanted to I could just hook up an ATX power supply cable and wire it to the car
    1983 BMW 733i
    Cyrix 166 32MB with MPXPLAY And no display. Player sits on the back seat with a keypad in front. Someday I'll mount this thing for good...
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    Gathering parts for carplayer v2.0!

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    Hey Joe - Welcome to the forum - You building an MP3 car player?
    ~m
    PII 266, 512 MB RAM, 10 Gig, 36x CD-ROM, 16x DVD, DeLorme GPS, 5.6" LCD Screen, Dschmidt power controller, Keypower ATX DC-DC Supply, PowerAmp Macro controller, Dauphin mini-Kbd.
    Sony Head Unit, Sony Unilink input selector, rear deck Kenwood 6x9's, stock door spkrs... All in my '96 Civic, of course :}
    BC ROCKS!!!

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    mnbujold
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    I suppose I could make one if I had the other half of the connector. It uses some unknown (to me) type of 16-pin connector.

    The thought had crossed my mind that another manufacturer might have made one with a similar connector. Wishful thinking, I suppose.

    dos4who, to answer your question, I have made my own MP3 computer. I had shelved it, but recently began to revise it, when I stumbled on MP3Car.com. Wow! I'm not alone!

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    mnbujold
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    OK fellahs, let's try this approach.

    Does anyone know or know where one could find the pinout for the Craig DR3645 head unit?

    Any and all help is appreciated.

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