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Berlingo (2008) Car Radio Diagram?
#1
Hi all!
Just a quick question, does anyone have a wiring diagram for the car radio of a Berlingo?
I noticed the OEM radio is not using full ISO connectors, but i can't figure quite out how they have to be re-wired.
Thanks to everyone helping me figure this out!
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#2
Welcome

The pinouts for the radio are in the handbook, you can find a copy on here or on service.citroen.com
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#3
(20-01-2022, 01:12 PM)cancunia Wrote:  Welcome

The pinouts for the radio are in the handbook, you can find a copy on here or on service.citroen.com

Thanks for the quick reply!
I found the handbook, but it's still confusing me, there's connectors that are missing and/or propietary.
Was wondering what other people did to get a new stereo wired up...
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#4
2008 is a crossover year from the M59 to the B9, which one do you have?

I wired a JVC head unit into my M59, the only problem was that the steering column controls for the radio won't work without some kind of adapter. On the B9 it might be a bit trickier due to some of the functions like time & date set being done via the menu button on some radios.
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(20-01-2022, 01:31 PM)cancunia Wrote:  2008 is a crossover year from the M59 to the B9, which one do you have?

I wired a JVC head unit into my M59, the only problem was that the steering column controls for the radio won't work without some kind of adapter. On the B9 it might be a bit trickier due to some of the functions like time & date set being done via the menu button on some radios.

Thanks again. 
Sorry for not mentioning it earlier, I have an M59.
And I don't mind for the steering wheel controls, i never used them before anyway, and it also happens I bought a JVC unit as wel!
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#6
I think you will only need to worry about the wires for the earth/ground, the speakers, plus the switched & permanent live. All of those should be identified in the handbook IIRC.
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(20-01-2022, 01:56 PM)cancunia Wrote:  I think you will only need to worry about the wires for the earth/ground, the speakers, plus the switched & permanent live. All of those should be identified in the handbook IIRC.

I found a few other forum posts and i'm starting to get how it's put together...
Only one question remains, what do I do with the "car light control switch"? Do I just leave it be or can that be attatched to, let's say, a headlight fuse?
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#8
Is that a wire from the radio? If so, I'd say leave it disconnected.
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(20-01-2022, 02:12 PM)cancunia Wrote:  Is that a wire from the radio? If so, I'd say leave it disconnected.

Yeah it is, probably to dim the display when the headlights are on. I'll take your advice and just leave it as is for now, it shouldn't mess with the radio anyways.
Going to diy a suitable DIN connector now, wish me luck
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#10
After a long struggle of getting the DAB antenna mounted... I got the new unit working perfectly!
Had to flip 4 wires around, just one pair needed soldering, so was quite easy.
Thanks a bunch for the help @cancunia!!
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