andy, the DP-601 changer has a 13 pin DIN socket. The plug under the seat is
a 12 pin square header. The instructions I posted are instructions on how
to hack the cable that comes with the DP-601 into the factory harness of
I hope that answers your question! :)
From: Andy Nguyen <firstname.lastname@example.org<img src=/i/dc.gif border=0 width=35 height=15>>
To: lamune@doki-doki<img src=/i/dn.gif border=0 width=35 height=15> <>
Date: Wednesday, September 02, 1998 6:30 PM
Subject: Re: DP-601 plug? (was "quick STEREO help") (fwd)
> Hey Mike,
>jaymart@erols<img src=/i/dc.gif border=0 width=35 height=15> wrote:
>> Try this link:
> What's the difference between the plug described above and the
> "DP-601" plug in this:
h t t p ://www.panix.com/~aqn/GTI_VR6/gti_vr6/library/hifi/pin_out_of_radio_dp-601_plug.html
This URL is now at:
> I want to add a direct link to Uwe's URL from the library,
> but I wanted to make sure I know the diffs between it and the
> "DP-601" plug first. Uwe said that his .jpg shows the plug in
> the back of the radio.
> He *thinks* that the DP-601 plug is what's at the end of the
> pre-installed "cd-changer" cable under the passenger seat. Is
> that correct?
>Andy Nguyen \ aqn@tivoli<img src=/i/dc.gif border=0 width=35 height=15> \ Tivoli Systems, Austin, TX \ 512.436.8229
> Ave, XTela, morituri te salutamus.