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Thread: 3.5mm aux input for Delco Stereo

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    delco radio wirings

    thanks to all who have posted. My problem is slightly different: my delco radio is just the am/fm tuner (no cassette or CD player). Though I believe the PCBs are nearly the same.

    Anyhow I found the wires that the fm radio leads into the amp like carangil suggests in the previous post. I have hooked up a TRS jack to these and put ground to the common in the back. I can hear my mp3 player through the car speakers, definately amplified, but I still can hear the static from the FM reciever. I've severed all wires connecting the radio to the amp (minus a ribbon wire which I'm not sure what it does just yet) and I still get the static. Any ideas or suggestions.

    Thanks much

    JD

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    Simular Need but Didfferent Deck "99" Delco Cassette

    Hey everyone
    I have been looking at all the posts and need some help. I have a Delco 16236453 cassette deck from a 99 Olds 88. I have seen a lot of posts showing a the 5 wire setup with red, brown etc plug. I do not have this type of plug anywhere. I have 7 pin plugs on my cassette mech that has orange and 6 white. Then on another board on cassette mech that has 2 plugs with 1 being a 7 pin with 1 blue and 6 white and a 10 pin with 1 blue and 9 white. These 2 plug are wired to main radio board via plugs. The model of the cassette mechinism model is 16256794.
    So any input on which wires are what? And how do I wire up a 3.5mm jack to plug my xm radio into?

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    I was wondering if anyone can tell me how to remove the tape player portion on an 87 Camaro 5 band EQ radio. I am attaching a pic it feels loose but I think th escrew in the picture of the cutout is the last one and I don't have a socket that will fit in there. Hopefully somebody can help I have everything sitting there but I have to run to radio shack again because when I clipped the cat5 cable it is twisted wire. Thanks in advance for any help.
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    Hello everybody.I wonder if somebody did put an MP3 plug into a 2002 delco radio with cd player and how they did that.thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starflare5 View Post
    Hi there,

    Wish I knew someone had responded. Damn settings. Anyway, no you do not need to isolate the left/right and ground inputs. They are self isolated once the inter device such as the tape or CD player is inactive via the Stop/Play button or eject. Also, when wiring your relay, you might want to make sure that it at least keeps the power loop back separated from your audio inputs or you will get a buzz. The principal is extremely simple. Run your audio inputs, then run something to send power back to "T-On" to turn off the tuner (just like the CD or tape player does), and that's it.

    Suggestion, try and keep it clean and simple. If you have an actual 3 piece unit, you can actually splice anywhere through the tape deck or CD player wires between the reciever/amp box and the device, but, do not cut the wires, just piggy back to them. Splitting between the wires is not needed unless you want to cut off the tape deck. If it is and AIO 3 piece unit, remove the reciever/tuner box, then, try removing the internal device plug by carefully unsnapping it from the side snaps holding it to the faceplate/controller head. Then you'll have access to each and every pin you need. Just take your input and switch wires and push them onto the back of each pin with a screwdriver directly behind the already existing internal device wires.

    This can be used to add any device with line outputs by the way. All the stereo technically needs is line ins and a switch to send power back to it.

    Well, I hope this helps a few of you,
    Starflare5.
    Wondered if you could clarify the location of the "T-On" terminal, along with where exactly theaux input lines go to. Thank you.

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    Anyone know how this was done:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/FACTORY-REMA..._Video&vxp=mtr

    I want to do it myself but can't find any details on how to do it.

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    I would like to know how they are doing it to this style radio if anyone can help.



    I have a 1995 Buick Riviera CD player in my 1981 Chevy C10 and it plays CDs but I'd much rather listen to my ipod WITHOUT GOING AFTERMARKET or having to play a silent CD.

    Thanks.

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