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2019 Transit Audio Wiring


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#1 trevaaaaaaa

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Posted 31 December 2019 - 06:06 PM

I am looking to replace the standard head unit with an after market one..its a single din enclosure.

 

The audio connector is different to my previous transit (see photos).

 

Anyone know the pinouts of the connector?..I would like to utilise the original microphone if possible.

 

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#2 PURPLE_2L_LX

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Posted 04 January 2020 - 04:55 AM

No off the shelf adapter cables available?  Usually available and not that expensive either.

 

Advantage of not having to chop and splice wires and easily unplug and revert back to

the original headunit later.


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Posted 06 January 2020 - 05:40 PM

agreed. audioleads (i think theyre called) make a patch cable for most to adapt from manufacturer wiring to standard ISO and, depending on the new unit, might even keep the steering wheel functions etc (but lose Phone connectivity unless the new unit has it). the basic adapter leads to convert power and speakers are usually about £10 on ebay, sometimes a bit more, and about £15 last time i looked, in Halfords etc. and takes about 5 mins to reverse instead of rewiring to change to another radio/refit original



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Posted 23 January 2020 - 08:04 PM

Yeah so I got one of ebay which has the permanent live (yellow) and ground (black) wired into the iso connector but the switched live (red) is wired into the iso connector but not into the ford connector (see pic) so I guess they expect you to wire this yourself, also when looking at the sony>iso cable for my headunit there is a wire for switched illumination but that connection is not represented on the ford>iso lead.

 

Had an issue when installing today when the sleeve on the bullet connector on the ebay lead moved slightly and exposed part of the connector, I think this may have touched a ground as I lost voltage and haven't managed to locate the fuse for this feed out of the 3 fuse boxes scattered around the fan.

 

I have gone with a headunit with a builtin microphone with the option of plugging in an external one.

 

If anyone knows where the fuse is on these that would be great as the handbook fuse layouts don't seem to be the same as the actual fuse boxes in the van :mad:

 

 

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