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Re: Does the Alfa 147 have an ISO ICE connector?
It is not exactly the same. Permanent and ignition switched 12V are different. Alfa radio is switched on via CAN BUS (though ignition switched 12V is available on the Alfa ISO connector. It is curious, as both the Alfa headunit and my aftermarket headunit are Blaupunkt.
Look at the pictures:
First is a photo of my original alfa radio sticker (it is confusing as it is upside down) Permanent 12V is described by „UB“. If I remember correctly, ignition switched 12V was connected to one of the blank pins between "ground" and "boost in" pin.
On the second picture there are standard ISO connectors from my Blaupunkt Los Angeles MP74 headunit. It has permanent 12v on the pin A4 and ignition switched 12V on pin A7.
All I had to do was to take the cable leading to "UB" on alfa radio and connect it to pin A4 on my MP74 headunit. Than I took ignition switched 12V and connected it to pin A7. Job done
Check how JVC are wired, I think it Is very similar. All aftermarket headunits should use standard ISO standard wiring.
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Last edited by gotcha; 29-04-07 at 20:25.