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NightDragon



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Xtrons PB78DLRPL / Connectors & wireing?

Hi all,

I'm new to the Freelander and new to this forum. Put of course, not a full week after we bought the car I already ordered the PB78DLRPL. Now i sturrfle to connect and would be really happy to get a hint from you guys.

Can anyone tell me the counterpart of the following connectors?


Do i have to remove the climatic controls too?

BR & Thanks,

Nighty

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NightDragon



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Just foudn it. It's in the back of the middle console between the front seats...

Post #352049 23rd Jun 2018 3:58 pm
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Grue



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New Zealand 2007 Freelander 2 TD4 SE Auto Sumatra Black

How's everyone doing with their installs? Still happy (barring the steering wheel controls...) after some time with them?

Post #352569 1st Jul 2018 8:46 pm
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dazxman24



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United Kingdom 2012 Freelander 2 TD4 GS Manual Orkney Grey

I've just installed a head unit into my 2012 GS and got it working, but i have the same sound output problem. I'll try the additional cables tonight (as suggested by Trekker1972) i didn't think that oyu had to install all of the cables if they weren't being used, but it does make sense. fingers crossed.

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johnny_22_83



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Romania 2008 Freelander 2 TD4 SE Auto Sumatra Black

The grey connector fits to the one behind the radio unit. If you remove the hole unit, not just the front part, you will see that it has a grey connector. So the Xtrons grey connector comes between the car's grey connector and the radio unit.
This way you power the Xtrons and in the same time have access to car's speakers. But, in order to complete the audio connection you have to put together the white/red RCA connectors that came with Xtrons (you will see that there are 4 RCA audio connectors - 2 white and 2 red). Connect white to white and red to red, of course, and you'll see that the radio unit AUX option will give you audio access to Xtrons.

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johnny_22_83



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Romania 2008 Freelander 2 TD4 SE Auto Sumatra Black

The grey connector fits to the one behind the radio unit. If you remove the hole unit, not just the front part, you will see that it has a grey connector. So the Xtrons grey connector comes between the car's grey connector and the radio unit.
This way you power the Xtrons and in the same time have access to car's speakers. But, in order to complete the audio connection you have to put together the white/red RCA connectors that came with Xtrons (you will see that there are 4 RCA audio connectors - 2 white and 2 red). Connect white to white and red to red, of course, and you'll see that the radio unit AUX option will give you audio access to Xtrons.

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