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    What is the AS1 HEAD UNIT CONNECTOR

    And where is it and what does it look like?
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    The connector that connects to the back of the AS1 head unit? I am pretty sure you won't find it in your 9-5 because all US 9-5 had the AS2 or AS3 sound system.

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    Ok, I was likely trying to nail this down from a UK post. Is the telephone mute wire still the yellow one and should I just cut it to get the radio off Telephone. Research seems to suggest it is grounded somewhere.

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    Telephone mute is Pin 6 yellow. Just cut it?
    : Ok, here it is.
    Note that the low level signals between the AS1/AS2/AS3 head unit, the AS2/AS3 amplifier, and the CD changer are not the common single ended (signal & ground) used in ordinary consumer audio, instead it is a balanced (signal+ & signal-) used in pro audio.

    The information the tables below were taken from the 95 workshop manual for model years 1999 and 2002. Unfortunately wire colours/colors may vary between model years. There were few wireing changes until model year 2001.
    Function Direction Pin # Colour/color
    Power and Control Signals
    No connection - 1 -
    Power supply (ignition) in 2 orange MY 1998 - 2001
    red/blue MY 2002 - 2005
    No connection - 3 -
    Ground - 4 black
    Mute control Note out 5 black/white
    Phone mute Note in 6 yellow
    Remote on control for
    amplifier (also antenna) Note
    out 7 green
    Power supply (constant) in 8 red
    Line Level Outputs
    Line out right rear - out 9 brown/red
    Line out right rear + out 13 gray
    Line out right front - out 10 blue
    Line out right front + out 14 red
    Line out left front - out 11 red/white
    Line out left front + out 15 blue/white
    Line out left rear - out 12 orange/white
    Line out left rear + out 16 yellow/white
    Line Level Inputs and I-BUS

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    Never Mind: It is a wagon so I was able to disconnect the entire On Star system's main plug. All is well again.

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    I still need to disable the Onstar in mine. Did you unplug it from the Onstar box in the back in the little floor compartment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Wulfers View Post
    I still need to disable the Onstar in mine. Did you unplug it from the Onstar box in the back in the little floor compartment?
    I would be interested in knowing how to disconnect the OnStar on my wagon as well. Would this affect either an aux in mod or a future motorola bluetooth setup?

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    2001 9-5 Wagon

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    In the box under the floor panel on the right side on a wagon. The on star system is there. On the rear of the box is the large and wide pin connector and is held in with two wheel screws. Just unscrew them and pull the plug out. Ended my problem.

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