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Old 09-02-2011, 06:39 PM   #1
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Anyone Wired the Factory Aux Jack into an Aftermarket HU

Has anyone wired the stock AUX jack into an aftermarket HU?

The AUX connector, N2, shows 5 wires with the sheild of the cable being one lead. I usually use 3 leads to provide connectivity for a stero connection, so I am confused by the stock 4th wire.
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Was actually going to do this sunday. Just got a nee headunit and wanting to keep the stock input. Shouldn't be too hard right? Was thinking I could just use a normal 3.5mm aux cable and cut it and wire it up to the aux harness.
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Was actually going to do this sunday. Just got a nee headunit and wanting to keep the stock input. Shouldn't be too hard right? Was thinking I could just use a normal 3.5mm aux cable and cut it and wire it up to the aux harness.
I am going to do the same with a new HU install. The wiring diagram looks like the AUX jack wires go right up to the radio connecting jack with no connection points in between. I think all I have to do is pull the pins out of the radio connecting jack and attach them to a 3.5mm plug.

Sounds simple enough but I know how that goes.
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Yeah, Its a single blue plug for the aux. Should be able to cut It, then wire up the 3.5. I'll try it today or tomorrow. Need to wire up everything else first.
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Yeah, Its a single blue plug for the aux. Should be able to cut It, then wire up the 3.5. I'll try it today or tomorrow. Need to wire up everything else first.
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Thank you for the help. Might as well use the factory jack if I can.

I hope to start my install next weekend.
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Check out the text file in the first post of this thread. It has the pin outs for the factory aux cable.

Good luck!
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THX guys. This should be enough to get me through. I do have the factory Toyota wiring manual.

FWIW it seems the regular radio and the JBL radio uses the same wiring connector for the AUX plug.
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THX guys. This should be enough to get me through. I do have the factory Toyota wiring manual.

FWIW it seems the regular radio and the JBL radio uses the same wiring connector for the AUX plug.

This is correct...
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