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PostPosted: Fri Sep 04, 2020 4:33 pm 
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Car Models: 9-3 Vector 2008
Hi all

New to Saab ownership and almost enjoying it!

I have made the mistake to start upgrading a few bits on my 2008 9-3.

I have spent countles hours researching and reading and I am no further forward in regards to the wiring for a headunit replacement. Every single 'guide' I've read/watched online has been totally different to the other and generally is 30 minutes of talking about removing the top vent, then 6 seconds of talking about wiring with no definitive details.

I need someone to hopefully help me with what harness/loom I need and how to wire it

So far I have all the fasica/cage bits etc ready to go and a Sony AX3005DB. I bought a Connects2 CT20SA04 as I have the OEM amp, but I think is incorrect as it only has one ISO connector?

I'm not bothered about the steering wheel buttons working as I refuse to pay the £80 asking price for the harness to do that.

This is a pic of the harness I have

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This is the back of the headunit

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Every other car that I've changed the headunit on has just been plug and play.. For god sake someone help me lol :wall:


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