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996 TURBO Center console Wiring Info


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I am looking for help to identify this stray cable on the drivers side of the center console. I have heard mention of a telephone hook up in previous posts.

I have just hooked up a PIE cable to my CDR220 to connect an Ipod. (SEE LINK http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?s...8&hl=Tagger]. I now need to connect to a SWITCHED power supply and earth/Ground so I can provide power for the Ipod. I realise these cables are available behind the CDR220 radio (brown and Orange cables) . However if this stray cable is not supposed to be connected to anything then it is easier for me to power the Ipod via this connection box.

COLOR OF cables in case it is not visible in picture are



YELLOW & Black


I am presuming brown is an earth/ground connection.

Well thanks in advance .

The Ipod connect works great and i routed the cable through the center console cubby back ( Alitlle drilling/utility knife cutting) behind the rubber insert. Now ipod sits in center console cubby and I disconnect when I leave the car.


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