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Old 01-14-2017, 12:01 AM   #1
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Pioneer Avic-Z140bh help please.

Hi. I attempted to install the Scosche dash kit with my pioneer Avic-Z140bh. Everything went fine except I got lost when I saw a black and yellow cables were plugged up to the factory stereo, and for the life of me, I can't find where they go on my Pioneer or Schoshe. I'm assuming one of them is the car's antenna but the other one I have no clue.
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Old 01-14-2017, 11:32 AM   #2
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"I saw a black and yellow cables were plugged up to the factory stereo" What??

Many manufactures will include cables for use with their products. In this case a quick glance at the manuals show these are molex plugs for various video inputs.
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Yeah I understand that.im not talking about the plugs for the Pioneer. I'm talking about the 2 cables coming from underneath the dashboard and were plugged up to the factory stereo. I just don't see where they would fit on the poineer stereo.
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There are two vehicle molex cables that attach to the Scosche wiring harness (not the radio), but those should be explained in the manual.

http://www.scosche.com/downloads/dl/...1ab_manual.pdf
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There are two vehicle molex cables that attach to the Scosche wiring harness (not the radio), but those should be explained in the manual.

http://www.scosche.com/downloads/dl/...1ab_manual.pdf
Yeah I know . Those aren't the cables I was talking about. There are 2 other cables, They were hooked up to the factory radio. One of them I'm pretty sure it's the Car's antenna.
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I'd say search for "Scosche" in this forum.

I know of two other wires, one is the antenna and the other is the satellite cable which requires an additional adapter to use to connect to the Scosche kit.
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Could anybody clear something out for me, please? In order to get the radio to go off when the ignition is off so it doesn't drain my battery. Do I have to twist the red wire (To electrical terminal controlled by ignition Switch 12v dv on/off ) and yellow wire ( to terminal supplied with power regardless of ignition switch position ) on the pioneer power harness together and then connect them to the yellow wire +12v constant power on the Scosche? If that's the case what's the purpose of the Red wire +12v accessory / R.A.P output ( 3A max )?
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