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Does anyone have a wiring diagram or know where I can find one on the Internet, so that I can hook up an aftermarket radio? I have the Non-Audiophile system.

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http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdirs/retail/default.asp?pageid=cat_1&gutsid=productdetail

Choose your vehicle (2006 Fusion), Choose Short Term (view for 72hrs) if you want to save some money (costs 9.95), then add it to your shopping cart. You'll have to download some viewing software which it will provide a link for. Then, you'll have create a userid and password and login to access your service manual. From there you can print whatever pages you are interested in. Hope this helps...
 

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[quote author=derfballs link=topic=40776.msg601763#msg601763 date=1141326667]
http://www.motorcraftservice.com/vdirs/retail/default.asp?pageid=cat_1&gutsid=productdetail

Choose your vehicle (2006 Fusion), Choose Short Term (view for 72hrs) if you want to save some money (costs 9.95), then add it to your shopping cart.  You'll have to download some viewing software which it will provide a link for.  Then, you'll have create a userid and password and login to access your service manual.  From there you can print whatever pages you are interested in.  Hope this helps...
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Question - I noticed on the Helms site they have both a printed manual and a CD. Do both contain the same info? Anyone know?
 

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I bought the Fusion electronics manual with all of the wiring diagrams in order to install my Pioneer AVIC-D1... If anyone needs specific info I can fax the relevant pages. Private mail me at [email protected] if you need help. BTW, to anyone who is considering installing an aftermarket nav system be aware that there is no speed sensor wire on the fusions. The speed pulse is transmitted over a can-bus network for which an aftermarket converter is not available yet. It caused me a whole lot of aggravation researching how to get around this issue on the internet...
 

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Derfballs,

Thank you for your reply.

How did you get around the speed sensor issue? I'm thinking of installing a similar nav unit. Also, I would love for it if you could fax me the wiring diagram sheet. I sent you a private e-mail, but I'm not sure if you received it. Please e-mail me at [email protected] so that we can talk.

Thank you!
 

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I wonder if anyone can help me. I purchased one of those rear view mirrors that auto-dim, has a compass, outside temp, and UV detector. The last thing I need in the installation is a hot wire connection under the dash after the ignition switch. I thought it would be the yellow wire but nothing. Any suggestions?
 

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There should already be power up there you can use. The fusion has an autodiming mirror but maybe they don't run the power up there unless you order one.

Here are some ideas for you ..

If you have the sunroof there lights are right there and have power.

The visors are lighted so you have power right there too, bot sure if they are 100% on, or if they are shut down after several minutes of use. The car has a battery saver feature that turns off interior lighting after a long period of being off. I wonder if the lights have to be on to activate that or if it auto-activates (meaning you could wire the rear-view into those wires and not worry about it draining your batter over night).
 

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Thanks for your suggestions. I needed a power source that went off when you turned off the ignition. I found a great little device at NAPA. You find a fuse in the fuse panel that is only hot when the ignition switch is on. You remove the fuse from the block and plug it into the NAPA connector. There is a second fuse for your added device with a wire to make your connection. Then you plug the device into the fuse block where you removed the fuse. Cost about $18.00 but it was worth it and I didn't need to cut any wires in the harness. I can also simply remove it if I move my mirror to another car later on.
 

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This should give you all of the info you need. I did find a couple of wires that were a different color, but the pin location was still correct.

Pin1 - Blue/Red - Voltage supplied at all times
Pin2 - Green - Accessory Delay Relay Switched Output
Pin3 - N/A - Not Used
Pin4 - N/A - Not Used
Pin5 - Violet/Black - Antenna Power
Pin6 - N/A - Not Used
Pin7 - N/A - Not Used
Pin8 - White - Left Front Speaker +
Pin9 - Brown/Green - Left Rear Speaker +
Pin10 - Brown/White - Right Rear Speaker +
Pin11 - White/Violet - Right Front Speaker +
Pin12 - White/Orange - Right Front Speaker -
Pin13 - Black/Blue - Ground
Pin14 - N/A - Not Used
Pin15 - Gray/Brown - Voltage Supplied in Start (Overload Protection)
Pin16 - N/A - Not Used
Pin17 - N/A - Not Used
Pin18 - Gray/Yellow - Audio Steering Wheel Switch Signal
Pin19 - Blue/White - Audio Steering Wheel Switch Return
Pin20 - N/A - Not Used
Pin21 - White/Brown - Left Front Speaker -
Pin22 - Brown/Yellow - Left Rear Speaker -
Pin23 - Brown/Blue - Right Rear Speaker -
Pin24 - N/A - Not Used
 

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My pleasure. Good luck
 

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Yes, that it...all 24 pin locations. There is another connector in the back, but I doubt that it has a dimmer wire. When I get a chance I will trace it out in my service DVD & let you know. also, anyone interested, pin 5 (antenna power) turns on the antenna booster.
 

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Hey eiching1,

It would be much appreciated if you looked it up in your service DVD. I will be installing my kenwood HU this weekend and will need all the info I can get. Thanks.
 

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greenfusion, Sorry I didn't respond sooner. Tracing those wires is not very easy since it does not tell you what their function is. My guess is speed sensitive volume control since it does trace back to the Module communications network which is also connected to the PCM. Did you hook up your Kenwood? How did you make out? Did you make sure to power up the antenna module (booster)?
 

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Yes I got the kenwood hooked up. The diagram you previously posted provided me with all I needed. I still don't know where the dimmer wire is but I don't need it anyways. The touchscreen has only two settings, dim and bright. So hooking it up to the dimmer switch would have been pointless anyways. But thanks anyways. I'll be posting pics in another post.
 
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