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Ive been messing with the thing for around an hour and I cannot make the thing work I used this method to add a headphone port to my car so I can listen to my phone and not have to mess with cds anymore . http://forum.mazda6club.com/electric...se-system.html this is the DIY. The stereo has the same connector but i cannot enable the tape button can anyone help please and thank you
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Help on Auxiliary jack on 2004 mazda 6

That DIY is for 06-08 models only. That is stated many many times throught that thread. Your options are the xcarlink, grom & sylflex for AUX in on your car.


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ok thank you read it and did not come through that
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Re: Help on Auxiliary jack on 2004 mazda 6

It will work on 03 to 08 .... however in some units you may have to do the L716 mod

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It will work on 03 to 08 .... however in some units you may have to do the L716 mod

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I believe the DIY aux jack has only been made to work on some UK models with the L716 mod.


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Mazda 6 Internal Modification
The factory fitted head unit might require a small modification to the circuit board (the electronic component L716 needs jointing), in order to enable use of the external CD changer port.
HEAD UNIT WHICH DOES NOT RECOGNIZE Media button or the external CD changer port
There are at least two versions of Panasonic(Matsusita) Head Unit on the market. If your Mazda 6 was produced from Nov. 2003 to Sep. 2005, chances are that the Head Unit cannot recognize media button
This is because newer Head Units do not have the zero ohm register on the PCB location L716. To solve this problem, you must take the Head Unit out, open Head Unit (it voids warranty) and solder a Jumper or a 0-ohm chip register on location L716.
Doing this requires soldering skills, if you are not a skilled engineer ask your friend who has skills

https://www.dropbox.com/s/v1rwrnf2js...before%201.gif

https://www.dropbox.com/s/2n8dl9d96j...before%202.jpg

HOW TO PUT JUMPER
1.CHECK YOUR HEAD UNIT FIRST
As described above, this modification is required only for some HUs not all. Before you open HU, try the following steps to test your HU.
a. Connect GROM-I-MAZ to your HU
b. Turn on your HU
c. Play CD as usual
d. Press CD button once again
If the display changes as below and CD play stopped, you DO NOT need the modification.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/j4z1gntixop7jpl/pic%201.gif

If you do not see above display and CD keeps playing, your HU needs modification. Proceed to step 2.

2.TAKE YOUR HU OUT OF MAZDA6
I do not describe here how to remove the HU from the car (sorry I never did it.) Please consult other sources or web site for detailed information.
The first and the hardest part is removing cup holder.


3.OPEN HU

https://www.dropbox.com/s/rjl10sj7xjfat9d/pic%202.gif

4.LOCATE L716

https://www.dropbox.com/s/rbxyyofnss07boy/pic%203.jpg

Bridge L716 soldering pads with thin wire. Be careful not to short other circuits. Left picture above shows L716 open and right picture shows 0ohm chip register soldered.


https://www.dropbox.com/s/zi5kdwuytf3jt6w/pic4.jpg


Put everything back together and enjoy!

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I done in 2 mazda 6, 2003 and 2004. Mine was one of them.

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Or you could but the syflex auxmod and just be done with it. $60


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I done in 2 mazda 6, 2003 and 2004. Mine was one of them.
please I leave in philly too. will you do this for me or perhaps give me an extensive "basic language" coaching.

Thanks in advance
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I done in 2 mazda 6, 2003 and 2004. Mine was one of them.
please I leave in philly too. will you do this for me or perhaps give me an extensive "basic language" coaching.

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