Sound system set-up

The system consists of: sound system power wires, front and rear speaker power wires, aerial and respective power wire four front door speakers (2 tweeters and 2 woofers) two rear full-range speakers.

Speakers

❒ n. two tweeters, 40W max power each;
❒ n. two front woofers, 165 mm diameter, 40W max power each;
❒ n. two rear full-range speakers, 100 mm diameter, 30W max power each;

Sound system installation

Replace the compartment shown in the figure with the plate provided with the

Replace the compartment shown in the figure with the plate provided with the optional УSound system set-upФ in the boot to install the sound system.

To remove the compartment which is clipped into place, insert your hand in the compartment, press downwards and pull it out towards the inside of the car. Fit the compartment provided by clipping it into place. Then locate the electrical connection power wires.

Wire colour coding:

Wire colour coding:

B = White
N = Black
R = Red
AG = Light blue/Yellow
AR = Light blue/Red
BN = White/Black
CN = Orange/Black
CV = Orange/Green
NZ = Black/Purple
RN = Red/Black
SN = Pink/Black

Wiring diagram and additional branches

A. Fuse box
B. Tweeter on front left-hand door
C. Tweeter on front right-hand door
D. Woofer on front left-hand door
E. Woofer on front right-hand door
F. Radio
G. Rear left-hand full-range speaker
H. Rear left-hand full-left speaker
I. Aerial
L. Connection on front left-hand door
M. Connection on front righthand door

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