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Thread: Visteon HD Zoom wiring.

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    Visteon HD Zoom wiring.

    So i have had this sitting for over 3 years. Was building a carpc for my truck when the economy turned for the worse and i ended up having to take a 60% pay cut to try and save my business.

    Anyway now business is doing good again so it's time to finally build my carpc. i can't find my power wires for my HD zoom. the red, black, and yellow wiring plug. I know it's 12v constant, 12v switched and ground but where do they go in the 4 wire plug?

    any help would be greatly appreciated.

    dave

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    hard to describe...

    but i have the connector, and could make you a cable...

    really 12V constant and 12v switched should be BOTH wired to constant, since my cable controls power

    view looking drirectly at the front onf the connector that plugs in, clip at top

    .
    1 3
    2 4

    1 & 2 = 12v
    3 = gnd

    this is from memory, i can confirm later, someone who is looking at it can confrim
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    Thank you for the offer for making the plug. i went looking on your site for something else to buy but i have the SCC1 box and the HD radio cable already. So i won't bother you with the making the cable. I think i will just take it apart and solder on some wires with a fuse. I do remember reading you saying to use both cables as 12v constant. Thank you for the reminder though.

    if i could get conformation that this is how it should be wired i would be a happy guy.

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    i can make u a short cable with 2 leads, you would just need to splice in a fuse holder(i dont think i got any laying around) for no more than $4 (shipped!!) (USA/canada)

    i will confirm then pinout when i get home...
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    i didn't think about it but is it just a P4 12v power plug for a computer?

    If it's not i think i will take you up on your offer. I don't have the unit in front of me so i can't see until tomarrow morning.

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    it is its a micro-fit jr... same as a p4 12 power plug

    the connection is verified

    when looking at the FRONT of the connector, wires exiting to the read, clip at top

    V
    1 3
    2 4

    1 & 2 = 12v dc constant...
    3 = gnd

    fuse at 1 amp
    -Thanks
    Mitch
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    "Did you test it in carwings??"

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