It kind of does.. But not really.
I'm reading and trying to decide if the way that ground is soldered in is how its tripped.. but it seems like it still needs the CD.
It shows adding a 'switch' for aux in for people that dont have a CD changer/player in 2nd gen cars as well.. -_-
I see the pinout map, but it doesnt really define what the pins do..
There are 2 clusters.
A,B,C are obviously the audio signal wires.
That makes the other cluster the control/function section.
I'm thinking G/H maybe.. Bus gnd/bus line being like a little switch that says, HEY! There's a CD here.
ACC would be Accessory ?
POWER GND.. Obviously the main ground... ?
+B, Possibly the main power. ?
Mute, Obvious.. hopefully.. ?
ILL Control has to be the backlight right? With the plus meaning it's the positive and functions with the main ground...
Just guesses.. but a legit answer would be great.
Also, from that, why would I ground the audio cable. I have a 3.5mm to RCA cable I was gonna strip down and use. Doesn't really have a ground...