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Old 03-07-2005, 10:20 AM
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Stupid question... but just to be sure, are either pins 2 or 5 connected to the charger side pin that is connected to the red wire? If not, move the charger side pin around to the right spot. Again, red to either 2 or 5 and brown to brown should get you charging. I'd doubt that it's a bad charger, not much there to go wrong.
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Stupid question... but just to be sure, are either pins 2 or 5 connected to the charger side pin that is connected to the red wire? If not, move the charger side pin around to the right spot. Again, red to either 2 or 5 and brown to brown should get you charging. I'd doubt that it's a bad charger, not much there to go wrong.
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I'm not really sure what you are saying. What is "the charger side pin that is connected to the red wire"?

The eject box is wired like this:

Pin 1 Green
Pin 2 Brown
Pin 5 Red
Pin 13 White

Using the multimeter I can confirm that I get power at Pin 5 w/ Pin 2 ground.

*sigh*
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I'm not really sure what you are saying. What is "the charger side pin that is connected to the red wire"?

The eject box is wired like this:

Pin 1 Green
Pin 2 Brown
Pin 5 Red
Pin 13 White

Using the multimeter I can confirm that I get power at Pin 5 w/ Pin 2 ground.

*sigh*
It's definately possible that you received a defective eject box
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I'm not really sure what you are saying. What is "the charger side pin that is connected to the red wire"?

The eject box is wired like this:

Pin 1 Green
Pin 2 Brown
Pin 5 Red
Pin 13 White

Using the multimeter I can confirm that I get power at Pin 5 w/ Pin 2 ground.

*sigh*
What is the chance of knowing an X5 owner with Bluetooth setup who lives near you so you can test his snap-in in your X5? Rangerfan, I'll be more than happy to send you my SE T616 phone and snap-in adapter for you to test your wiring setup. Let me know.
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Old 03-07-2005, 12:17 PM
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Thanks Peter. I'll try some other options before putting you through the trouble. The fact that I'm not the only one with the problem leads me to believe it's not a problem on my end, so to speak.

Hey Todd, do you still have your V600 and the snap in?
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Old 03-07-2005, 02:52 PM
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I'm not really sure what you are saying. What is "the charger side pin that is connected to the red wire"?

The eject box is wired like this:

Pin 1 Green
Pin 2 Brown
Pin 5 Red
Pin 13 White

Using the multimeter I can confirm that I get power at Pin 5 w/ Pin 2 ground.

*sigh*
There are two connectors that you are putting together, right? One that came in the car (the car side), and one that you are adding with the eject box (the charger, OR eject box side). The pins on the eject box side need to line up with the appropriate pin receptacles on the car side.

So, you said you are pairing fine, in which case don't touch the green or white wires. That leaves you with brown and red. Brown is easy, attach it to ANY pin receptacle on the car side that is also brown - there should be two... just pick one, and move the pins on the eject box side to line up with it.

Regarding the red wire on the eject box side.... Check the pin receptacles on the car side and find 12 volts... you should find at least 1. Again, line up the pin on the eject box side to line up with the appropriate pin receptacle on the car side.

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