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[. . . ] Florida RD 168, Nevada RDM 168, and Alaska RDM 168 only: Connect the orange ILLUMINATION lead to the vehicle's adjustable illumination (dimmer). Colorado CM 168, Nevada RDM 168, and Alaska RDM 168 only: If you have a cellular telephone set that has a mute lead (lead that supplies constant ground when telephone is in use), connect it to the dark green lead. 8 622 401 550 GB 1 6. Connect the black (power ground) lead to a grounded metal part on the vehicle. We recommend grounding all audio system black ground leads (receiver, changer, additional amplifiers, etc. ) to a common grounding point, preferably a non-painted surface under the instrument panel. red blue 10A + switched trigger output black orange Fig. [. . . ] After the other leads are connected, connect the red turn-on "IGNITION" lead using either of the following alternatives: A. (Recommended) ­ Connect it to a positive (+) 12 Volt power terminal that is energized only when the ignition key is set to the "on" position or accessory position. (You can still turn the unit on for one hour even if the ignition is off. ) B. This lead can instead be connected to a source of constant power, however, your receiver's operation will be completely separate from the ignition. With either alternative, the receiver's DSC Setting "DISP ON/OFF" allows you to choose whether or not the receiver and its display are illuminated when the receiver is turned off, but still receiving power via the red lead (i. e. This will prevent them from touching the vehicle or each other and causing a short circuit and damage to the receiver or vehicle. To help prevent possible electrical damage from accidental misconnection of the receiver, first attach your vehicle's antenna. (With Florida RD 168, Nevada RDM 168 and Alaska RDM 168 only: if necessary, attach the antenna "elbow" connector and affixing bracket to the back of the receiver. ) 2. Be sure to detach the faceplate before you start to connect the receiver. Verify that the receiver's and vehicle's fuses haven't blown. Once the connections have been successfully made, you can begin the INSTALLATION. Avoid mounting locations where the receiver would be subject to high temperatures, such as from direct sunlight or hot air from the heater, or where it would subject to dust, dirt or excessive vibration. The illustration below shows a typical installation, however, you may need to adjust the installation, depending on the receiver. If you have questions or need additional installation hardware, consult your Blaupunkt dealer. Make sure the receiver is firmly anchored (preferably at both front and back) and does not vibrate. · · Installing the Receiver in Most Dashboards This car receiver and its mounting bracket are designed for installation in vehicles with a standard DIN installation compartment measuring 182 x 53 mm, a 165 mm installation depth and an instrument panel thickness of approximately 1 to 20 mm in the area of the tab fasteners. Place the mounting bracket in the compartment and bend over all of the tabs possible. Your vehicle may also allow you to provide extra stability at the back of the receiver. Look at the wall behind the radio cavity to see if there is a small hole the size of the enclosed plastic plug, If so, screw it onto the treaded bold at the back of the receiver before pushing it into the mounting bracket. With the detachable face off, place the receiver into the mounting bracket and push it in until the side springs snap into position on the left and right. To remove the receiver, see the maintenance section on the next page. 8 601 310 742 182 53 165 1-20 Fig. 2 GB 5 Installing the Receiver in a Japanese Car This receiver is designed for easy installation in most popular Japanese cars that have "ISO" (sidebracket) mounting system. Remove the vehicle's "bezel" trim piece and the remove the existing radio. [. . . ] Save the trim ring in case you ever want to install the receiver in another vehicle. M5x8 M5x8 MAINTENANCE Removing the Receiver Insert the "release handles" into the holes in the panel on the left and right of the receiver and push them in until you hear a distinct snap, which indicates the side springs are unlocked. 3) Note: Handles that have snapped into place can only be removed after you have pulled the receiver out of the complement. Remember where you store the "release handles". 8 601 910 002 1 2 1 2 Fig. [. . . ]

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