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Old 22nd May 2020, 21:27   #1
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I have the Symphony radio/satnav/TV head unit from my scrapper but as I never had the key for the car, I couldnt test anything electrical. Is it possible to power up this head unit off the car just to test basic power up or would it need to have connection to all the other components too? Thanks for reading
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Old 23rd May 2020, 17:24   #2
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There should already be a connector in the dash for one of the radio systems (Harmony, Symphony, etc).

Are you sure it's a Symphony? Got a pic of it?

The Symphony doesn't do TV - and it needs the switch pack YUB100591PUY to do Low Line satnav (shown here).



The switch pack is #5 here - https://rimmerbros.com/Item--i-GRID001635

Nos. 2 and 5 show the Symphony without and with the switch pack.
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Hi and thanks for reply. Its a Highline Alpine (i think) headunit that has been removed from the scrap car before that went to heaven. I retained the radio, TV units as well as Harmon kardon amp from the boot, as well as some wiring but as i never had a key, could never test the radio (or any thing else), hence my question. I probably wont ever fit it to my tourer but may sell it (would like to know if it even powers up first).
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It was the 195th 75 Tourer CDT Connoisseur SE (135) to be made out of 2,074
and the 1,789th 75 Tourer in Wedgewood Blue Metallic (code: JEL) to be made out of 1,871 Wedgewood Blue Metallic 75 Tourers
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Old 24th May 2020, 14:26   #4
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Has it got YIE000310PUY on the casing label?

Does it have a blue 12-pin socket and a white 12-pin socket on the back?

Some pics would help.
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Has it got YIE000310PUY on the casing label?

Does it have a blue 12-pin socket and a white 12-pin socket on the back?

Some pics would help.
Yes, that is correct. Will try to post some photos but its a Alpine unit for sure.
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My 75 Tourer CDTi was born Saturday, 21st June 2003 @ 09:50

My 75 was the 18,749th 75 Tourer to run off the production line, out of 27,407
It was the 195th 75 Tourer CDT Connoisseur SE (135) to be made out of 2,074
and the 1,789th 75 Tourer in Wedgewood Blue Metallic (code: JEL) to be made out of 1,871 Wedgewood Blue Metallic 75 Tourers

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