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I had a parasitic draw and concluded the climate control/antenna plug was draining the battery and noticed it had botched wiring job although all the pins were inserted I have a guess the person didn't put them in order the correct way. I took the radio harness in the house and tried removing the epoxy and ended up melting the coating around the wiring with chemistry (lol). If anyone is able to snap a photo of their single DIN plug that goes in the back of the climate control area you would be my hero, I've tried googling images but usually the double din version shows and I wouldn't trust it unless I was convinced it was the same model (99-5703 with white plugs)
The images I found of the above model in parentheses which looks like a matching model but the images are to low resolution to make out anything. Does anyone have a pin out for the specific plug or possible could even take a photo?

The wire I'm talking about has a 5 pin plug and goes in under the stereo receiver.

I'll upload pictures of the plug and where it goes soon. The images are too large up attach here.

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I sent an Email to Metra asking about the pin out but no response. I might have to get a new dash kit. Yikes.

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I sent an Email to Metra asking about the pin out but no response. I might have to get a new dash kit. Yikes.
I have a 2004 without Bose. I can snap a pic this weekend likely when I replace my climate control bulbs...if that would help.


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@CrazyEye here is what the back of my Non-Bose 2004 looks like.




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@CrazyEye here is what the back of my Non-Bose 2004 looks like.


:') I appreciate your image and help but the one I have is aftermarket metra dash which is different. Those plugs are good (thank God) metra did respond to my email but told me it's too dangerous and they won't supply the schematic because it's their property. After arguing with logic saying if they send me the pin out it wouldn't be dangerous (since I'll hook it up to spec) they sent me a schematic but it wasn't for the right plug!!!! Haha. I have a new dash kit hopefully arriving at my door in a few hours. Thank you again DrFeelGood your the goat!!!!

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