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that is an extra power plug. i think it is meant to power a cell phone.

it has constant +12v, switched +12v, ground, and phone mute. you can buy a cable from www.beckerautosound.com that connects to this plug and gives you bare wires that you can terminate any way you want. i just cut the plug off the end and terminated the wires with bullet connectors. since you've got both constant and switched +12v, you could power 2 devices from this plug (e.g. cell phone and iPod, etc.)

here's a diagram of the plug.


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would this connector be a good place to splice the becker ipod/aux adapter for the cd220?

seems like it. also seems much easier than running a fuse extender.


I think you are asking if this would be a good place to get power for the ipod you plan to run thru your CD220's AUX In? If so, yes this is the spot and is much easier than running a 'fuse extender'. Becker sells whats called a telephone power harness/cable and this is where it plugs in. As you can see, there is no need to buy it. Just use the wiring schematic from above to get the power (switched w/ ignition or constant) and ground for your add-on item (ipod).

Good luck and enjoy your new tunes!

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