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2022 Berlingo head unit pinout for woofer install
#1
Hello

I want to connect an active subwoofer to my head unit. On my previous MK2 Berlingos it was easy but the latest generation has not got a standard DIN head unit so I'm a bit stuck with it. Car is a Berlingo van 2022.
   
   
   
What I need is to find speaker wires so I can splice hi inputs for woofer into them. Head unit itself has 3 plugs but I can not find any pinout fot them anywhere. Also I'm not certain that the thing in picture is actually the whole head unit or is it just a screen and the main body of it is somewhere else inside the console.
Has anyone got any idea where I can find a pinout for the plugs or where the speaker wires would be located?

Thanks in advance
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#2
I think this in only the display, the media unit is inside dash.
The media unit will be bigger and with some radiator because it has power to drive the car speakers
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#3
Makes sense. Any idea where it might be located?
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#4
(12-10-2022, 08:45 PM)Caseman Wrote:  Makes sense. Any idea where it might be located?
Its below/behind the display in the dash.
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#5
See the pinout. According to the manual there's also a Subwoofer connector but I'm not sure if it's enabled in your system.


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(17-10-2022, 09:10 PM)boop Wrote:  See the pinout. According to the manual there's also a Subwoofer connector but I'm not sure if it's enabled in your system.

Many thanks for the diagram ... now to play

Jake
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#7
Thank You, I'll try to find it when I get the time.
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#8
If you take the Van glove box out (remove the 5 Torx Screws and pull) you can see the radio and the conector, not sure if you can unplug it with out remoing the bodu form the dask but you can get to the loom and splice in to it ... Lots of space to hide other bits if needed ....

Jake
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