Does your kenwood not have ISO plugs, or did you cut them off?
Normally, you just plug in the ISO connectors and that's it.
Check if the wires have small letters printed on them defining the signal.
Thank you very much Bm for your reply.
I've never cut the wires off and there are no letters on the cables.
On the plug for loudspeakears there are several colours I didn't see when I
fit the speakers.
On the other plug there are more cables than the ones I need.
In example, maybe there's a cable for "remote control"... but, what is
"remote" in my car... Citroen doesn't sell C3's with electrical antenna or
power-amplifier. Could it be for a remote display? Yes, it could be, but how
can I be sure?
The same thing can be said about the "mute".
A thing it's the stuff I personally want to put on the car and a completely
different thing it's the equipment that the maker plan to do in the same
I'm looking for a data sheet or something like that on internet, but
nothing for the moment. You can find lots of things about old cars produced
by Citroen, but it's not so easy to find information about C3.
If the Kenwood is new it should be ISO and the C3 wiring looms plug in. Any
questions then go back to your dealer and ask. Remote could be for
connection to an external amplifier which you probably don't need. Don't cut
any wires, there should be no need for this. I fitted an Alpine unit without
any problems at all. If in any doubt read your manual or get a dealer who
knows what they are doing to install it.
Many thanks Andy for your reply.
Anyways I did it, I solved all my problems. I went back to my Citroen
You can buy an adapter for the power ISO-plug (in Italy it costs only ?
4.- ), as I did .
For the loudspeakers' ISO-plug, it's completely standard and you've not to
change the position of any pin.
Thank you very much again.
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