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Old 07-02-2017, 03:41 PM
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pin layout for this stereo unit

Hello Ashram, My friend who ownes a Chevy with this kind of stereo unit has the same problem and he asked me try to fix it and now I want to test the unit here at home on my desk and I like to know for 100% the location of the Ground, +12V and +12V Acc on the 24pin connector on the back.
I surch the internet but I didn't find the right one,
can you help me with that? or a link? I would be greatfull,
thanks in advance.
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nice fix gotta try this
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i have the same problem with my truck
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I posted this on a forum where a member asked about interchanging a Bose head unit in a vehicle that did not have the Bose option. The reason for the swap is because the CD player on the non-Bose vehicle was having problems ejecting and loading CDs.

Here's a fix to help out people who have the Delco/Delphi CD player and still wish to retain the original equipment when the problem with CD ejection and insertion is more than an issue that a reset of the head unit would resolve.

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Okay, so when you've tried to eject the disc only to have the CD player go CLICK CLICK CLICK on you, here's what you'll need to do.

Please be advised, you will be dealing with a lot of ESD sensitive devices. If you accidentally zap something on the circuit boards with static electricity, you will cause damage. Needless to say, it won't work too well, if at all, when zapped by static discharge.

Proceed carefully and take it slow and easy.

Another important note: DO NOT add any unnecessary bends to ribbon cables.

REMINDER: Look over everything (parts positioning, cable connections, etc.) and familiarize yourself with how everything comes together and comes apart before going into actual disassembly.







































Reassembly is the reverse.

BE CAREFUL AND TAKE IT SLOW. Make sure you get it all back together right.

DOUBLE CHECK EVERYTHING. Make sure every piece and part as well as all connections are put back in place! This includes making sure the wiring harness connectors and the antenna are in place on the rear of the the head unit in the vehicle.

IMPORTANT NOTE: When placing the front panel back on the chassis, be sure the wires on the front panel circuitry are pulled completely though the cutouts on the chassis before pressing the front panel completely back in its place. If the wires are not all the way through, DO NOT PULL THEM THROUGH WITH FRONT PANEL SECURED IN PLACE! You will have to pull the front face off and pull the wires through completely while putting front panel back on.

Any questions, just ask.
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I posted this on a forum where a member asked about interchanging a Bose head unit in a vehicle that did not have the Bose option. The reason for the swap is because the CD player on the non-Bose vehicle was having problems ejecting and loading CDs.

Here's a fix to help out people who have the Delco/Delphi CD player and still wish to retain the original equipment when the problem with CD ejection and insertion is more than an issue that a reset of the head unit would resolve.

------

Okay, so when you've tried to eject the disc only to have the CD player go CLICK CLICK CLICK on you, here's what you'll need to do.

Please be advised, you will be dealing with a lot of ESD sensitive devices. If you accidentally zap something on the circuit boards with static electricity, you will cause damage. Needless to say, it won't work too well, if at all, when zapped by static discharge.

Proceed carefully and take it slow and easy.

Another important note: DO NOT add any unnecessary bends to ribbon cables.

REMINDER: Look over everything (parts positioning, cable connections, etc.) and familiarize yourself with how everything comes together and comes apart before going into actual disassembly.

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Reassembly is the reverse.

BE CAREFUL AND TAKE IT SLOW. Make sure you get it all back together right.

DOUBLE CHECK EVERYTHING. Make sure every piece and part as well as all connections are put back in place! This includes making sure the wiring harness connectors and the antenna are in place on the rear of the the head unit in the vehicle.

IMPORTANT NOTE: When placing the front panel back on the chassis, be sure the wires on the front panel circuitry are pulled completely though the cutouts on the chassis before pressing the front panel completely back in its place. If the wires are not all the way through, DO NOT PULL THEM THROUGH WITH FRONT PANEL SECURED IN PLACE! You will have to pull the front face off and pull the wires through completely while putting front panel back on.

Any questions, just ask.


Hi Ashram - I'm having the same problem with 2008 Envoy CD. Unfortunately, the pictures in your answer are missing. Is there any way you could supply again? Thanks.
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