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Picture 4 of 5 from Album USA-Spec PA12-BMW
Trunck interface pin chart
3 pin & 6 pin to Dice molex & USA-Spec DIN connectors
Trunck interface pin chart
3 pin & 6 pin to Dice molex & USA-Spec DIN connectors
Picture Added 11-22-2009 09:27 PM
Added by steve.325i

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  1. delmarco
    01-19-2010 04:24 PM
    delmarco
    Steve,
    Will I need this chart? Does it mean I have to rewire something in my car? I already have the Sirius Receiver hooked up to the CD Changer prewire leads in the trunk (with comes from the data port #1 behind the radio) and was planning on buying a second CD Changer Prewire lead cable and use it off the data port# 2 for the USA Spec. so that way I can keep the USA Spec inside the car.
    Does that sound right?
  2. steve.325i
    01-24-2010 11:45 PM
    steve.325i
    The wiring diagram shows the conversion from Dice to USA-Spec. If somebody has already routed the Dice wire from the trunk to the front of the car, its much easier to solder on a new connector over ripping out the cable & installing teh USA-Spec wire.

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