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Old 06-04-2007, 09:35 AM   #1
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Wiring a Sony CDX-C4750

Got a used Sony CDX-C4750 with no installation paper.
Checked the Sony site and they only have the owner's manual online and not the installation.
I need the wire break out for the 16 pin connector coming out of the unit, to be able to connected them to the correct wires on hte adapter plug.
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Re: Wiring a Sony CDX-C4750

There's no wiring harness for your specific vehicle? BTW, what vehicle?
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Re: Wiring a Sony CDX-C4750

http://city.tomsk.net/~service/manuals/sony.html

what your looking for is on this page^ in the right column about a third of the way down
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Re: Wiring a Sony CDX-C4750

Thanks Navy IC.. I already found that and that is not what I am looking for.

I am looking for the installation sheet which gives the description of the wires coming out of the back of the unit, rt ft speaker +, lt ft spaeker +, rt rr speaker +, lt rr speaker +, pre amp...
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Re: Wiring a Sony CDX-C4750

You Know You Can Always Buy Another One,
Use The Diagram, And Then Return It....
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Re: Wiring a Sony CDX-C4750

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You Know You Can Always Buy Another One,
Use The Diagram, And Then Return It....
Pretty cheap option too.
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Re: Wiring a Sony CDX-C4750

most of the units from the same company are usually standard color codes. You should be able to use any sony manual, and a lot of them have a wiring list sheet pasted to the top or bottom of the radio.
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