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Complete Stereo Wire Diagrams - All Stereos/Navigation

[MODEDIT: I'm hijacking this to update with new pics since the old ones have disappeared. -Leveldowen]

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I came across these documents with tons and tons of information concerning every addon about our stereo systems and all stereo systems, regular, premium, and navigation.

Hopefully this can be pinned and help everyone out.

I probably can't do this all in one sitting there is so much information, so here we go. If you'd like anything specific, post and I'll see if I can find it.

Here are pictures of where the components are listed on each car (Sedan and Coupe)

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All of this information is taken from a 2008 Honda Civic! From what i can tell though, all 06+ Civics follow this system.

Regular Stereo System (Not Premium, No amplifier)



Premium Stereo System (With Amplifier)



Navigation System (With Amplifier)



XM Receiver



Stereo Amplifier (Coupe and Sedan Pinouts are the same)




Auxiliary Jack



Pinout Tables

Note: The P after a number denotes the number of pins in the connecter (IE 17P = 17 pin connector)

Abbreviations
Det = Detection (This is a guess, I'm trying to make these a bit more clear, it isn't specified :S)
SIG = Signal
GND = Ground
SGND = Signal Ground (When there are 2 grounds, this is a guess again though)
Navigation Unit/Audio Unit Connector A (17P)
[With Premium System or Navigation]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
A1 - Red - Dash lights brightness controller
A2 - White - Stereo Amplifier (RL Signal-)
A3 - Red - Stereo Amplifier (FL Signal-)
A4 - Green - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (SCTY Radio)
A6 - Light Blue - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (K-Line)
A7 - Pink - Stereo Amplifier (FR Signal-)
A8 - Purple - Stereo Amplifier (RR Signal-)
A9 - Black - Ground (G505)
A10 - Grey - Lights-on Signal
A11 - Black - Stereo Amplifier (RL Signal+)
A12 - Blue - Stereo Amplifier (FL Signal+)
A13 - Blue - ECM/PCM (VSP) [VSS]
A14 - Purple - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (ACC Radio)
A15 - Blue - Sterero Amplifier (FR Signal+)
A16 - Light Green - Stereo Amplifier (RR Signal+)
A17 - White - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (+B Backup) [+12V (Battery Connection)]


Audio Unit Connector A (17P)
[Without Premium System]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
A1 - Red - Dash lights brightness controller
A2 - Brown - Left Rear Speaker (-)
A3 - Pink - Driver's Door Speaker (-), Left Tweeter (-)
A4 - Green - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) SCTY Radio)
A6 - Light Blue - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (K-LINE)
A7 - Brown - Front Passenger's Door Speaker (-), Right Tweeter (-)
A8 - Orange - Right rear Speaker (-)
A9 - Black - Ground (G505)
A10 - Grey - Lights-on Signal
A11 - Yellow - Left Rear Speaker (+)
A12 - Light Green - Driver's Door Speaker (+), Left Tweeter (+)
A13 - Blue - ECM/PCM (VSP) [VSS]
A14 - Purple - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (ACC Radio)
A15 - Grey - Front Passenger's Door speaker (+), Right Tweeter (+)
A16 - Blue - Right rear Speaker (+)
A17 - White - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (+B Backup) [+12 volts (Battery positive)]


Navigation Unit Connector B (22P)
[Navigation System]
  • (1)The shielded wires have a heat-shrunk tube insulating the outside of the wire. The Color of the insulating tube, typically black or dark gray, may not match the color of the wire listed on the schematic.
  • (2)With premium sound system
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
B1 - Brown - Auxiliary jack assembly (Aux SGND)
B2 - Gray(1) - Shield for terminals No. 1, No. 3, No. 11, No. 12, and No. 13 (AUX Shield GND)
B3 - Blue - Auxiliary Jack assembly (Aux GND)
B6 - Brown - Audio remove Switch (Audio remote GND)
B7 - Pink - Audio remote Switch (Audio remote SW)
B11 - Yellow - Auxiliary jack Assembly (Aux L)
B12 - Green - Auxiliary jack Assembly (Aux R)
B13 - White - Auxiliary jack Assembly (Aux Det)
B15 - Black - Ground (G501)
B20(2) - Light Blue - Stereo Amplifier (Amp On) [Power on signal for amp]


Audio Unit Connector B (20P)
[Without Navigation]
  • (1)The shielded wires have a heat-shrunk tube insulating the outside of the wire. The Color of the insulating tube, typically black or dark gray, may not match the color of the wire listed on the schematic.
  • (2)With premium sound system
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
B3 - Brown - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux SGND)
B4 - Gray(1) - Shield for terminals No. 3, No. 5, No. 13, No. 14, and No. 15 (Aux Shield GND)
B5 - Blue - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux GND)
B6 - Brown - Audio Remote Switch (Audio Remote GND)
B7 - Pink - Audio Remote Switch (Audio Remote SW)
B13 - Yellow - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux L)
B14 - Green - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux R)
B15 - White - Auxiliary Jack Assembly (Aux Det)
B16(2) - Light Blue - Stereo Amplifier (Amp On) [+12 Volt power on]


Navigation Unit Connector E (14P)
[Navigation With XM]
  • (1)The shielded wires have a heat-shrunk tube insulating the outside of the wire. The Color of the insulating tube, typically black or dark gray, may not match the color of the wire listed on the schematic.
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
E2 - Light Blue - XM Receiver (Sat Sys Acc)
E3 - Brown(1) - Shield for terminals No. 9 and No. 10 (Bus Shield GND)
E4 - Gray(1) - Shield for terminals No. 5, No. 6, No. 13, and No. 14 (Sat Shield GND)
E5 - White - XM Receiver (Sat R+)
E6 - Red - XM Receiver (Sat L+)
E7 - Blue - XM Receiver (+B) [+Battery Voltage I think]
E9 - Blue - XM Receiver (Sat Bus+ (GA-NET))
E10 - Pink - XM Receiver (Sat Bus- (GA-NET))
E11 - Black - XM Receiver (GND)
E13 - Black - XM Receiver (Sat R-)
E14 - Green - XM Receiver (Sat L-)


Audio Unit/Navigation Unit Connector G (3P)
[All Models]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
G1 - Not Listed - AM/FM Antenna Amplifier (Sig)
G2 - Not Listed - AM/FM Antenna Amplifier (SH (AM/FM))
G3 - AM/FM Antenna Amplifier (Ant +B[attery])



Stero Amplifier Connector A (20P)
[Premium or Navigation]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
A1 - Pink - Right Tweeter (+)
A2 - Gray - Front Passenger's Door Speaker (+)
A3 - Light Green - Driver's Door Speaker (+)
A4 - Red - Left Tweeter (+)
A5 - Green - Subwoofer (+)
A7 - Blue - Right Rear Speaker (+)
A8 - Yellow - Left Rear Speaker (+)
A9 - Purple - Multiplex Integrated Control Unit (MICU) (Acc Radio)
A10 - Light Green - +B[attery] (Main Stereo Power Supply)
A11 - Blue - Right Tweeter (-)
A12 - Brown - Front Passenger's Door Speaker (-)
A13 - Pink - Driver's Door Speaker (-)
A14 - Green - Left Tweeter (-)
A15 - Red - Subwoofer (-)
A17 - Orange - Right Rear Speaker (-)
A18 - Brown - Left Rear Speaker (-)
A20 - Black - Ground (G505)


Stereo Amplifier Connector B (14P)
[Premium or Navigation]
  • (1)The shielded wires have a heat-shrunk tube insulating the outside of the wire. The Color of the insulating tube, typically black or dark gray, may not match the color of the wire listed on the schematic.
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
B1 - Blue - Head Unit (FL Sig+)
B2 - Brown(1) - Shield for terminals No. 1 and No. 8 (FL Shield GND)
B3 - Black - Head Unit (RL Sig+)
B4 - Blue - Head Unit (FR Sig +)
B5 - Gray(1) - Shield for terminals No. 4 and No. 11 (FR Shield GND)
B6 - Light Green - Head Unit (RR Sig+)
B7 - Light Blue - Head Unit (Amp On)
B8 - Red - Head Unit (FL Sig-)
B9 - Green(1) - Shield for terminals No. 3 and No. 10 (RL Shield GND)
B10 - White - Head Unit (RL Sig-)
B11 - Pink - Head Unit (FR Sig-)
B12 - Yellow(1) - Shield for terminals No. 6 and No. 13 (RR Shield GND)
B13 - Purple - Head Unit (RR Sig-)


XM Receiver Connector B (2P)
[Navigation]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
B1 - Not Listed - Satellite Signal Antenna (Sig)
B2 - Not Listed - Satellite Signal Antenna (Shield (XM))


Auxiliary Jack Assembly 5P Connector (5P)
[All Models with Auxiliary Jack]
Cavity - Wire Color - Connects To
1 - White - Head Unit (Aux Det)
2 - Blue - Head Unit (Aux GND)
3 - Brown - Head Unit (Aux SGND)
4 - Yellow - Head Unit (Aux L)
5 - Green - Head Unit (Aux R)

Steering Wheel Audio Remote Switch
Here is some more information concerning the Audio Remote Switch on the steering wheel. The resistances change when a certain button is pressed, and here's a chart.
Button Pressed - Resistance
No button Pressed - ~10k ohms
MODE - ~6.0k ohms
CH (+) - ~2.0k ohms
Ch (-) - ~840 ohms
Volume Up - ~370 ohms
Volume Down - ~100 ohms



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Bam, there is just about everything that I could find. I think if we pinned it, it would be a good help for lots of people
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So anywhere to find the pinout breakdown of the navi unit itself? That would make wiring a navi-tv conversion easy to diy and I wouldn't have to spend $500 sending it out, you could wire up almost any av controller
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That's jammin!

One word: STICKY!
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I agree! Sticky :P

I did sit here for 2 hours typing and screen capturing every diagram you see :P

I'll look into my documentation later and see if I have what you're asking for.
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Eclipse Steering Wheel Controls

Thanks for the great post, thanks to you I was able to get my Eclipse CD5030 head unit to work with my factory steering wheel controls. For those out there that have an Eclipse head unit you need to connect the Brown -B6 wire from the Honda Audio Unit Connector B to ground and the Pink - B7 wire from the Honda Audio Unit Connector B to the Eclipse Brown/Black wire (STEERING1).
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I did sit here for 2 hours typing and screen capturing every diagram you see :P

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so the most important ones are white is + blk is - and purple is remote ????????
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I have a honda s2000 and you seem to be the only person that has managed to make a 5030 work with Honda's steering wheel remote.
I was wondering if you had any insigt. I would suspect there are some differences between the s2000 and the civic but I thought you might be able to look at this string and have some feedback.

S2KI - S2000 Forums -> Eclipse CD5030 Headunit Review and Question

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Recurve,

Do you have a wiring schematic for an S2000's radio harness? It has been a while since I installed my head unit, but from what I remember you need to connect the Eclipse brown/black wire to the STEERING1 wire, in my Civic it was a pink wire. The other wire from the steering wheel you need to tie to any ground wire. Then you need to manually program the Eclipse head unit to train it for what each steering wheel button means.
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I just bought a bazooka tube with FAST wiring harness for my 07 EX coupe w/ premium stereo. Pulled the dash apart last night and then realized that the FAST wiring harness I got in the mail for 'most Honda up to 2009' doesn't work... It's 20 PIN, and my car is 17 PIN - FUC*!!

It should be a pretty simple fix I'm told, but I am the last guy you want wiring anything in your car! On this harness there are 6 wires spliced into and they run to a bazooka tube harness. I need to transfer those 6 wires (w/ harness) from the 20 PIN I wasted my money on to the 17 PIN factory harness. I just don't know which ones to hook into...

Can anyone tell me where pin #'s 1, 3, 4, 9, 13, 14 on the 20 PIN (1721 harness) would connect on the 17 PIN (1722 harness)??? Once I figure this out I can run down the local stereo shop and using t-connectors 'splice' into the factory harness and put my dash back on so I get the things I miss back such as heat, air bags, music...
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I purchased a 2007 Honda Civic EX-L 2DR and the navigation system was missing. The prior owner to me had an aftermarket system installed. I purchased an OEM Navi and thought I would just plug and play not knowing that an aftermarket was there. I plugged in the plugs that were there into the OEM Navi and I am getting no sound. It appears that the plugs for the sounds were cut to fit the aftermarket system he had. I have attached a picture. Below the fan are the two green slots, does anyone have the wiring information for those two plugs? I have looked for plugs everywhere and can not find them. The screen turns on and everything seems to work except no sound. I am also not sure what goes into the blue slot if anyone can help. My NAVI p/n is 39541-SWA-C010-M1. I am willing to listen to any suggestions. Thanks
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So it looks like a LX and EX radio can be interchangable in a '06?

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