grounded through the radio.. since it pulls power from the radio BUS - its grouned - I also used double sided tape to mount it. I can remember reading about ground loop isolators that can be used. I think you can get them at rat shack.mpais1 said:Jimmy where did you ground yours I used one of the screws on the radio chassis. I wonder if that is my issue. I get power from the 12 volt (cig lighter).
Thanks Jimmyt. Do I need any other cables etc? Amazon is suggesting I buy Rca cables? Thanks againjimmyt said:http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&safe=off&client=firefox-a&hs=Mby&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&q=PIE+Hon98-AUX&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=8928860423536816242&ei=c9MiTJ7sCcilnQeX2vzADw&sa=X&oi=product_catalog_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CC4Q8wIwAg#
Jimmyt you have been a tremendous help. There is a single black wire, did you attach that to anything or just leave it alone? I am using an Ipod which will be getting power from the cig lighter.jimmyt said:I use the XM6-HON98 for xm - same as the AUX, except it includes a 6volt power supply for xm and a direct 3.5mm headphone jack. Either way, it plugs into the back of the extra DIN slot on the radio and when you select it, the radio thinks its a cd changer - that way you know you are on the pie adapter and can still play a single cd. I do not have the whine that others mention.
There is a single black and white wire coming from the radio connection (blue end). Here is a picturejimmyt said:not sure what you mean by single black wire... what kind of connector is it?