He just asked the pin-out. I have no idea what he is trying to do (was not explained here) and cannot judge if it is too complicated or not (and I don't know how experienced he is). I'd better leave conclusions for the OP.Yes it is all there in WIS,but doing this job in a very confined hole in the dash is very hard to do, all the connections are only just long enough to be able to unplug them.
Printing the pdf is a couple of clicks and a couple of seconds. It takes more time to find the correct diagram and this may be even impossible if the vehicle is unknown. Are you after your W164 diagrams?Would some kind soul with access to WIS help a stranger from New Zealand
The connectors and pin assignments can be found from the wiring diagram as well. Each connector has pin numbers indicated, WIS typically does not have connector photos or equivalent drawings. StarFinder would be better for that.I am looking for a similar diagram for the Japanese unit.
Some extra info might help:
Comand part number. A 164 820 05 79
Do not forget that the Harmon amps will sell very well, they are very expensive.Thanks Steve - that makes sense to me and also correlates with what I have read on the Net. It seems a real pity to bypass the fibre interface and the HK amplifier, but maybe if I put in a new high quality amp it will be ok. It looks like this lot will come to around $3K by the time one is finished. I will give Autogravity a call tomorrow and see what they have to say and post back here.