Connect all leads, Final installation, Final checks – Panasonic CQ-DFX88EUC Manuel d'utilisation

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Installation Guide


□ Connect All Leads

Now that you have identified all the wires in the

vehicle, you’re ready to begin connecting them
to the stereo unit wires. The connection dia­
gram Page 33) shows the proper connec­

tions and color coding of the leads.

We strongly recommend that you test the unit
before making a final installation.
You can set the unit on the floor and make

temporary connections to test the unit. Use

electrical tape to cover all exposed wires.


Connect the red power lead last,

after you have made and insulated all other


Connect the black ground lead of the power

connector to the metal vehicle chassis.

Connect the speaker wires. See the wiring dia­

gram (■• Page 33) for the proper hookups.

Follow the diagram carefully to avoid damaging

the speakers and the stereo unit.

The speakers used must be able to handle

more than 40 watts of audio power (Only for
CQ-DF88EUC; CQ-DFX99EUC is ampless.).

(Refer to page 37 for more details on the op­

tional center speaker.) If using an optional
audio amplifier, the speakers should be able to

handle the maximum amplifier output power.

Speakers with low input ratings can be dam­

aged. Speaker impedance should measure
4-8 ohms, which is typically marked on most

speakers. Lower or higher impedance speak­
ers will affect output and can cause both
speaker and stereo unit damage.


Never ground the speaker cords. For

example, do not use a chassis ground system
or a three-wire speaker common system. Each
speaker must be connected separately using
parallel insulated wires. If you are in doubt
about how your car’s speakers are wired,
please consult your nearest professional in­

Motor Antenna
Connect the vehicle motor antenna lead to the
blue motor antenna relay control lead.


Connect the yellow battery lead to the correct

radio wire or to the battery fuse port on the

fuse block.

Connect the antenna by plugging the antenna

lead into the antenna receptacle.


Connect any optional equipment such as an
amplifier, according to the instructions fur­
nished with the equipment. Leave about 12

inches (30 cm) of distance between the speak­

er cords/amplifier unit and the antenna/antenna
extension cord. Read the operating and instal­
lation instructions of any product you will con­

nect to this unit.


Connect the red power lead to the correct vehi­
cle radio wire or to the appropriate fuse port on
the fuse block.

If the stereo unit functions properly with all

these connections made, disconnect the wires

and proceed to the final installation.

□ Final Installation

Lead Connections

Connect all wires, making sure that each con­
nection is insulated and secure. Bundle all
loose wires and fasten them with tape so they

won’t fall down later. Now insert the stereo unit

into the mounting collar.

Congratulations! After making a few final

checks, you’re ready to enjoy your new auto
stereo system.

□ Final Checks

1. Make sure that all wires are properly con­

nected and insulated.

2. Make sure that the stereo unit is securely

held in the mounting collar.

3. Turn on the ignition to check the unit for

proper operation.

If you have difficulties, consult your nearest au­

thorized professional installer for assistance.



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