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Old 05-06-2010, 03:55 PM   #1
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Can someone with a wiring diagram help with radio install?

Hey guys, I'm putting a new deck in my 1999 9-3 and need some help. The two connectors that come off the back of the radio, that will go into my new genuinesaab wiring connector, I need to know what each wire does. Here what I've got:
1st connector (I believe these are the speaker connections):
1.Black w/green stripe
2.Black w/white stripe
3.Brown w/black stripe
4.Brown w/red stripe
5.Brown
6.Brown w/grey stripe
7.Brown w/white stripe
8.Brown

2nd connector:
1.Nothing
2.Nothing
3.Brown w/red stripe
4.Brown w/red stripe
5.Black w/white stripe
6.Nothing
7.Red-large diameter-pretty sure this is main power supply.
8.Black-large diameter-pretty sure this is the main ground.

Can you guys help me out on this? I have WIS but it does not work on my new computer (Windows 7). I looked at the .pdf on genuinesaab reference library but the wires and their locations do not match up.
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Wis runs fine on my windows 7 computers, just run it in win xp compatibility mode.

If the diagrams are in there ill try to pull it up tonight and post it.
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Wis runs fine on my windows 7 computers, just run it in win xp compatibility mode.

If the diagrams are in there ill try to pull it up tonight and post it.
Thanks man.
How do you put into xp mode?
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Right click on the shortcut/exe icon and go to properties. In the menu that comes up choose the Compatibility tab. Check run in XP mode.
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Right click on the shortcut/exe icon and go to properties. In the menu that comes up choose the Compatibility tab. Check run in XP mode.
Still does not want to work, gives me an error message saying it's too old of a program or something.
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Old 05-26-2010, 05:07 AM   #7
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Hey Adam. Nice job with the axle! Did you end up getting the euro HU? Attached is the file you are looking for. It can only be downloaded 10 times, so jump on it. If you need anything else, let me know.

http://rs877.rapidshare.com/files/39...or_Diagram.pdf

Also, when I installed WIS on W7 I installed it in compatibility mode. Sounds weird, but I haven't had any problems. Give it a go and see what happens.
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problem!!!

does ANYBODY have or know of a conversion for my head unit to an aftermarket one?
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a diagram so I can re wire it to a universal connecter on my after market one? I need to know the colours of the wires and what they do were they go I don't want to cut it all off if I don't have one MUCH APPRICATED
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