04-08 Radio Diagram w/ pics

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04-08 Radio Diagram w/ pics

Postby krazienluv10 » Sun Feb 01, 2009 5:57 pm

will update with pics later on....krazienluv10

2004-2006 Galant Infinity Sound System Wiring Information


FUNCTION PIN WIRE COLOR
Accessory 12 Volt 11 BU
Constant 12 Volt 10 RD/WT
Chassis Ground BODY
Power Antenna
Remote PK*
Illumination 3 GN/WT
Dimmer 9 BK/YW


FUSE VALUE FUSE LABEL FUSEBOX LOCATION
10 AMP #23 DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
10 AMP #22 DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
*The radio sends audio signal and turn-on leads to the Infinity amplifier through the smaller 14-pin plug. The amp is located to the right of the glovebox and must be bypassed by running new speaker wires to the amp location and splicing to speaker outputs.

The steering wheel control wires are GN/BK and GN/OG. Both are located in the 10-pin plug.

Infinity Amplifier Wiring

FUNCTION PIN WIRE COLOR
Chassis Ground 2 BK
Constant 12 Volt 3 BU
R/F Door Spkr - 4 BK/RD
R/F Dash Tweeter + 5 WT/RD
L/F Dash Tweeter + 6 WT/BU
Left Rear Spkr + 7 YW/BU
Right Rear Spkr - 8 GY/RD
Chassis Ground 10 BK
Constant 12 Volt 11 BU
R/F Door Spkr + 12 WT/RD
L/F Door Spkr - 13 BK/BU
L/F Door Spkr + 14 WT/BU
R/F Dash Tweeter - 15 BK/RD
L/F Dash Tweeter - 16 BK/BU
Left Rear Spkr - 17 GY/BU
Right Rear Spkr + 18 YW/RD
The amplifier is protected by a 20 AMP fuse labeled #3, located in the driver's side dash endcap fusebox.

The amp remote lead is the PK wire in the 12-pin plug.

Amplifier Bypass Instructions
FUNCTION RADIO COLOR Connects to Also connects to
Left Front + WT WT/BU (TWEETER) WT/BU (WOOFER)
Left Front - WT/BK BK/BU (TWEETER) BK/BU (WOOFER)
Right Front + GY WT/RD (TWEETER) WT/RD (WOOFER)
Right Front - GY/BK BK/RD (TWEETER) BK/RD (WOOFER)
Left Rear + GN YW/RD
Left Rear - GN/BK GY/RD
Right Rear + VT YW/BU
Right Rear - VT/BK GY/BU
Since the amplifier is located to the right of the glovebox, the speaker wires from the radio must be lengthened. Be sure to tape off any other wires at the amplifier location as they will not be used.

Video and Navigation Wires
FUNCTION LOCATION COLOR
Vehicle Speed Sensor Pin #20 of 20-pin plug at center display unit in dash YW/BK
Reverse Light ( + ) Pin #4 of 16-pin plug located behind LH kickpanel trim RD/BU
Parking Brake ( - ) At parking brake switch YW/GN
Brake Light ( + ) At brake pedal switch GN





2004-2008 Mitsubishi Galant WITHOUT Infinity/or Rockford Fosgate Wiring Information



FUNCTION PIN WIRE COLOR
Accessory 12 Volt 11 BU
Constant 12 Volt 10 RD/WT
Chassis Ground BODY
Power Antenna
Remote
Illumination 3 GN/WT
Dimmer 9 BK/YW

FUSE VALUE FUSE LABEL FUSEBOX LOCATION
10 AMP #23 DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
10 AMP #22 DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
The wires in the 8-pin plug at the radio connect to the dash display unit - DO NOT USE THESE WIRES!

The dash tweeters are wired in parallel with the door speakers.
Left Front Spkr + 2 WT/BU
Left Front Spkr - 8 BK/BU
Right Front Spkr + 1 WT/RD
Right Front Spkr - 7 BK/RD
Left Rear Spkr + 5 YW/BU
Left Rear Spkr - 13 GY/BU
Right Rear Spkr + 6 YW/RD
Right Rear Spkr - 14 GY/RD

Video and Navigation Wires
FUNCTION LOCATION COLOR
Vehicle Speed Sensor Pin #20 of 20-pin plug at center display unit in dash YW/BK
Reverse Light ( + ) Pin #4 of 16-pin plug located behind LH kickpanel trim RD/BU
Parking Brake ( - ) At parking brake switch YW/GN
Brake Light ( + ) At brake pedal switch GN






2007-2008 Mitsubishi Galant WITH Rockford Fosgate Wiring Information


15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36


FUNCTION PIN WIRE COLOR
Accessory 12 Volt 11 BU
Constant 12 Volt 10 RD/WT
Chassis Ground BODY
Power Antenna 4 PK ¹
Remote
Illumination 3 GN/WT
Dimmer 9 BK/YW

FUSE VALUE FUSE LABEL FUSEBOX LOCATION
15 AMP #23 DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
10 AMP #22 DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
The dash tweeters and rear side panel speakers are bi-wired, receiving signal from both the receiver and the amplifier. When an aftermarket stereo is installed, the amp should be bypassed by running wire to the output side of the amp. The subwoofer will be lost.

¹ The PK wire triggers the both the booster for the in-glass antenna and the Rockford Fosgate amplifier.

² DO NOT USE THESE WIRES!
Left Front + to Spkr 2 WT/BU ²
Left Front + to Amp 20 PK ²
Left Front - to Spkr 8 BK/BU ²
Left Front - to Amp 31 BU ²
Right Front + to Spkr 1 WT/RD ²
Right Front + to Amp 16 VT ²
Right Front - to Spkr 7 BK/RD ²
Right Front - to Amp 17 L.GN ²
Left Rear + to Spkr 5 YW/BU ²
Left Rear + to Amp 26 PK ²
Left Rear - to Spkr 13 GY/BU ²
Left Rear - to Amp 21 BU ²
Right Rear + to Spkr 6 YW/GN ²
Right Rear + to Amp 29 VT ²
Right Rear - to Spkr 14 WT ²
Right Rear - to Amp 28 L.GN ²
Audio Shield to Amp ² 18
27
30 BK/BU
BK/RD
BK/YW


Amplifier Wiring



19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 32


Read numbers from pin side of vehicle connector.
FUNCTION PIN WIRE COLOR
Left Door Spkr + 1 WT/BU
Right Door Spkr + 2 WT/RD
Constant 12 Volt 4 RD/GN
Chassis Ground 5 BK
Subwoofer Coil 1 + 7 GY
Subwoofer Coil 2 + 8 GY/RD
Left Door Spkr - 9 BK/BU
Right Door Spkr - 10 BK/RD
Constant 12 Volt 11 RD/GN
Constant 12 Volt 12 RD/GN
Chassis Ground 15 BK
Chassis Ground 16 BK
Subwoofer Coil 1 - 17 RD/BU
Subwoofer Coil 2 - 18 RD

Read numbers from pin side of vehicle connector.
FUNCTION PIN WIRE COLOR
Right Front - Input 19 L.GN
Shield Ground 20 BK
Right Rear + Input 21 VT
Left Rear - Input 22 BU
Amp Remote 24 PK
Left Front + Input 25 PK
Right Front + Input 26 VT
Shield Ground 27 BK/OG
Right Rear - Input 28 L.GN
Left Rear + Input 29 PK
Shield Ground 30 BK
Shield Ground 31 BK/YW
Left Front - Input 32 BU
The amplifier is protected by a 30A fuse labeled #12 that is located in the fuse box under the hood.


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Re: 04-08 Radio Diagram w/ pics

Postby krazienluv10 » Sun Feb 01, 2009 11:28 pm

**Disconnect the negative battery terminal and secure it safely! Use the 10mm socket wrench for this. I took a hand towel and wrapped the terminal in the hand towel but you can do whatever safely works for you.

Front speakers- easy but is annoying.
1. Roll the windows down.
2. Screw locations- in the pocket on the arm rest, underneath the door handle, at the bottom where the door closes (you will see a plastic clip there- take a flathead screwdriver or your fingernails to remove), and near the middle where the door closes (you will see a red plastic piece that you car use a flathead or your fingernails to remove. Be careful- you don't want to break it off!).
3. There are grip points underneath the doors where you can just grab and begin pulling the the door away from their fasteners. A lil elbow grease is required.
4. Once you pull all the fasteners, the door will still be held in place at the top where the window is. It's a little hard to describe, the top of the door is sort of hooked in place there. I used the flathead to sort of pull it up then the rest comes off.
5. Disconnect the window harnesses.
6. Set the doors aside.
7. Unplug the speaker harness, unscrew the speakers, remove the speakers.
8. Place new speakers, screw speakers in place, connect the speaker harness and window harnesses.
8. Before putting everything back together, test the speakers to make sure they work! If you are replacing both front and back or doing any other wiring, wait until you have everything wired before putting everything back together.
9. Replace the door, replace the screws, etc.
Done.


Rear speakers- extremely easy. On the rear deck, the speakers are held by fasteners.
1. You can just pull the grille right off. A little easier if you have two people- have one person gently squeeze the fasteners with a pair of pliers from inside the trunk while you pull the grille off from inside the car.
2. The speakers are secured by 4 phillips screws. Use the socket wrench, attach a phillips head drill bit to the socket wrench and get to work. The rear deck is a little annoying because the rear window slopes you can't use a normal size screwdriver.
3. Disconnect the harness.
4. Pull the speakers out.
5. Place the new speakers in, connect the harness, screw the new speakers in.
6. Before putting everything back together, test the speakers to make sure they work! If you are replacing both front and back or doing any other wiring, wait until you have everything wired before putting everything back together.
7. Replace the grille. NOTE- each grille has two black thingys that stick out (I guess they help hold the grille in place- you will see it when you look at the underside of the grille). Be careful because I broke mine off really easy when I was pulling the grille back on.
Extremely quick and easy.



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