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VE Clubsport Stereo wiring layout

heyman

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Hey guys, i am currently installing a Amp and subs into my clubsport... altho i am having trouble with the wiring...cant seem to find the signal cable colour diagram or any diagram with VE stereo wiring for that matter...would anybody know where i could find such diagram...any help is much appreciated..
 

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Signal cable? you mean the cables for the audio input to your amp? (speaker wiring colours), which you will need for a line out converter or for high inputs to your amp.

I found some awhile ago.....i can post them up if you like?
 

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yes! exactly...cant seem to find the colour coding anywhere for the wiring that i need to connect to the converter...im leaving the speakers as is (not upgrading just yet) but i am putting in subs...
 

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Alrighty, here you go ;)


*Remove drivers side centre console panel
*You'll see a black plug on the "side" of the stereo, this is your speaker outputs and constant 12v+.

Dark Green - / Light Green + = Front Right Speaker
Grey - / Brown + = Front Left Speaker
Light Blue - / Dark Blue + = Rear Right Speaker
Yellow/Red - / Brown + = Rear Right Speaker

*Also, just below the black plug is a white plug with 3 wires in it and not connected to anything, this is a good source for accessories (Brown / Yellow wire) and earth i suppose (black wire).

This was obtained from a member on MEA, so dont shoot me if its not 100% correct.....but i imagine it is.
 

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cheerz for that...looks promising, ill give that a crack today and see how i go..thanx!
 

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hey man, howd it go? the colour code correct?
 

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Hi Everyone... Had a look at those schematics posted above. In "G8 Audio Wiring 3.pdf", it outlines what I believe to be the amplifier that is located in the boot of high spec VE's. Does anyone here know which pins are sending audio to this rear amp from the deck?
I have a VE Calais V Sportwagon, which doesn't come with the rear amp / subs, but i'm sure the deck would have the same outputs available. This would save me having to use a LOC. Can anyone help?
 

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Dark Green - / Light Green + = Front Right Speaker
Grey - / Brown + = Front Left Speaker
Light Blue - / Dark Blue + = Rear Right Speaker
Yellow/Red - / Brown + = Rear LEFT Speaker


found an error in the post original one was
Dark Green - / Light Green + = Front Right Speaker
Grey - / Brown + = Front Left Speaker
Light Blue - / Dark Blue + = Rear Right Speaker
Yellow/Red - / Brown + = Rear Right Speaker
notice he has rear right speaker twice
 
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