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430 Is there a plug and play adapter to upgrade to a aftermarket radio?

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  1. Eric C

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    I believe I have the optional hifi option. Looking to upgrade my Becker to a Alpine, but looking for a plug and play adapter. I don’t want to fool around with cutting and splicing wires. Is there one out there?
     
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  3. Eric C

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    This is for my f430 by the way.
     
  4. Bob in Texas

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    I believe Scuderia Audio sells one but not sure it’s what you are looking for. But they seem to be very helpful.


    https://scuderiaaudio.com/


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  5. tstuli

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    I think something like this should work


    C$ 4.94 | 16Pin Car Stereo Radio Harness ISO for Alpine JVC Radio to ISO Radio Play Plug Auto Adapter Wiring Harness Connector
    https://a.aliexpress.com/_d8s8ATX


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  6. hwyman

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    Discount Car Stereo will make you a harness. Tell them what you're looking for and they'll sort you out.
     
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  8. mike32

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    Anyone know which Alpine radio /CD player models that will actually fit ?
     
  9. RedNeck

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    You can make one or have one made. I had to go through and figure out color codes when I first got my car:

    For subwoofer equipped cars:
    +12V constant = Red/white
    +12V switched = Orange/Black
    Illumination=Not used
    GND=black
    + Rear right = Green
    - Rear right = Green/black
    + Front right = Violet
    - Front right = Violet/Black
    + Front left = Brown
    - Front left = Brown/black
    + Rear left = Grey
    - Rear left = Gray/black

    Control output for amplifier = Red
    Volume-Speed control = white/yellow


    For cars NOT equipped with subwoofer:
    +12V constant = Red/white
    +12V switched = Orange/Black
    Illumination=Not used
    GND=black

    + Front right = Violet
    - Front right = Grey
    + Front left = Violet/Black
    - Front left = Green


    Control output for amplifier = Red
    Volume-Speed control = white/yellow

    More info on this thread

    https://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/threads/anyone-have-the-color-codes-for-radio-harness.542706/

    Edit: I didn't see that was for a 430, not a 360, but I would imagine it would be largely the same
     
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  10. Dean Palmer

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    Am I missing something? I'm seeing numerous different colored bare wires. Is this plug and play somehow?

    Kevin

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  13. tstuli

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    Yeah it’s just the standard ISO harness from them. You need to buy their overpriced $35 part and splice it into your harness that comes with your head unit.

    Or you can get the same thing but already spliced into the harness for about $4 from my link :)


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  14. Dean Palmer

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    Tstuli posted a finished connector, and it will work if all the pin contacts are exact, but our cars don't seem to be mentioned in that listing even thought he Becker stereos are quite common across brands, so just be sure to meter and test, or be sure of the connections before powering up. The price is right for sure.

    The one I posted relies on the buyer to connect the correct wires from car side to stereo side. These adapters require that you simply connect the proper wires between the adapter and the wiring harness of your new stereo. You then have plug and play.
     
  15. hwyman

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    As mentioned there is standard DIN connector, you then tell someone like Discount Car stereo what deck your connecting to ie: pioneer, alpine and the pin the other end into a plug that simply plugs into your deck or you can solder the connector that comes with your deck into the DIN harness
     

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