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Old 01-18-2013, 06:01 PM   #1
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Wiring diagram

I have a 2005 30' classic with a Sony stereo, 6 CD changer and XM ready. Not sure what constitutes ready? When the head Sony unit is pulled there was a birds nest of wiring and additional boxes of unknown use. Does anyone have a wiring diagram and/or component list? LRL
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Old 03-31-2013, 11:46 PM   #2
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Do you also have an XM antenna connected to the radio (it is different than your typical radio antenna)? You will need this to receive the XM signal.

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Old 04-01-2013, 07:06 AM   #3
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I have a wiring diagram that should match your original setup. I will look for it tonight and send it tomorrow. I believe I got it from Airstream by calling them. The boxes and connections you see are relays that control the sub woofer. When you turn the 'in, out, both' switch it turns the sub woofer off when in the out position. And does not turn the rear speakers off.

I ended up replacing the head unit and the cd changer with a new similar unit that has a blue tooth connection for Iphone/Ipod. I also got rid of the DVD player and bought a TV that has a DVD player built in.
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Old 04-01-2013, 08:59 AM   #4
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Sub Woofer? Was that an option? I see no sign of a sub woofer. The A/B/both switch I thought was to isolate the the outside speaker connection. That wiring diagram will really help.
Another consideration is a the wiring harness from the head unit to the trailer wiring. Where to get a 12 pin connector to match what is on the trailer system without cannibalizing the exiting harness.
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We don't have the same model, but it is the same year with the premium and video package. Our package came with a small flat screen TV, JVC (not Sony) radio, and JVC CD changer with a sub woofer and outside speaker terminals. Our sub woofer is under the couch. From reviewing the options on our trailer, there were three sound packages. Standard, then premium sound which included the Sony radio, sony subwoofer and sony CD changer. Them premium audio visual which changed it to JVC and added a TV.

I believe that wiring harness plug is an automobile standard. My new radio came with a new harness, but I didn't use it. I just plugged the existing harness into the new radio. I might still have the harness that came with the new radio.

BTW, the wiring diagram I have is for the Sony radio and CD changer.
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