Originally Posted by bwhf150
Yes that is correct. In my case I only needed one pin to transfer. All factory sync options still work fine.
The only issue I am having now is I am getting the speaker pop when the amp turns off. I did not run the inline amp. I mounted a 5 channel behind the back seat. I contacted Alpine on the issue and they recommended running a separate remote wire as I am using speaker level inputs with the auto turn on feature on the alpine MRX-V70 amp. I havent figured out where to run the remote wire as of yet. If anyone has a solution, please post. I dont believe there is a wire on the back of the head unit to tap into that will work.
Thanks again for your input. My harnesses & amp are both in now, so I just want to confirm before I start soldering.
I've done installs before, but, always with aftermarket head units. I know the premise is the same, but I just want to make sure my thinking is right before I get started.
I haven't had my dash apart yet to look at the OEM harness, but, I am wondering, what pin did you have to transfer to your 70-5524?
Also, both the 70-5524 & 71-5524 came with 2 harness connectors, I'm also assuming that we only need the main connector with power & speakers, not the secondary harness that has what looks like extra speaker & perhaps some phone control wires?
See my diagram that I've thought out. I believe I've got it covered, with the exception being that transferred pin. I do not have power antenna, and I see that's a default pin on 70-5524.
Thanks again for input. Once I get this hashed out, I plan to take step-by-step pics of the wiring/install, for future reference for anyone else.