Removal of the center console, seats, and carpeting were required for
this. Also, the headliner has to be removed; however, I did
this issue since my headliner dry rotted a few years ago and was
removed at that time. The various wires (USB,
etc.) are either run along the floor or along the ceiling back to the
carputer, amplifier, and headunit. The Pioneer DEH-P7600MP
located in the custom t-top storage + electronics compartment that I
built. Only the faceplate is located in the overhead console.
Overhead Console Wiring
Located in the OC is the Maxon Radar Detector, the switches and LEDs
for the carputer and amp, and the stereo face-plate.
The face-plate extension wire is a ten-foot VGA cable
interconnecting the 12-pin connectors
on the two respective panel covers (the front of the headunit to which
the faceplate attaches). I purchased a used 7600 which I
the required parts. CN1950 and CN1951 are required.
the video at the bottom of the page.)
An ethernet cable is used for the computer control (ON/OFF
RESET) and LEDs (HDD and Power). The Power button is simply a
pushbutton, and the RESET is a pair of Normally Open (NO)
located a few inches apart. This is done to reduce
resetting the computer.
The map lights and radar detector have a 12Vdc always hot
return line fed up the A-pillar.
Amplifier remote uses a dedicated #18 wire. Power
is from the line that I ran up for the radar detector and map lights.
Amplifier, DEH-P7600MP, and HD radio wiring
video describing the detachable faceplate and its
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