Speaker cable in the center console

  • Where can I find the M code? My Blaupunkt Paris radio is installed and probably not original 😩 Greetings Thilo

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    928 S3 32V 288PS EZ09/87 VIN WP0zzz92zgs841924

  • Hi

    I also have an S3.

    As Ludger has already written, a cable harness goes from the fader next to the driver's seat to the amplifier next to the passenger seat.

    In the basic version with 4 loudspeakers without amplifier, the LS cables go to the fader and from there 4 wires go to the radio.

    The wiring diagram clearly shows the different versions.

    I would replace the crimp connectors in the speaker cables with solder connectors with shrink tubing. Can be fitted with a hot air gun without a soldering iron. Works great.

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    928s3 Automatik BJ86

    Tannengrün sieht anders aus :]) Moosgrün auch😉

  • Where can I find the M code? I have the Blaupunkt Paris radio installed and it's probably not original 😩 Greetings Thilo

    At the back in the trunk under the carpet on a sticker (if still present).

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    Un saludo

    Schocki :khat:

    1987 944 Turbo, R.I.P. :pop:
    1991 944 S2, Kobaltblau, verkauft :kbye:
    1972 911 T Targa, Geminiblau aka "Shelley" k:ok:
    1992 928 GTS, Amazonasgrün aka "Das Phantom" :kyippie:

    It's not the speed that kills you, it's the sudden stop k:secret: .

  • Thank you very much!!! I will tackle all this and take a close look at the wiring harness. Regarding the solder connectors, I have yellow ones in use but have the feeling that the shrink tubing burns before the solder melts. Is there a recommendation where I can get good ones? Greetings Thilo

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    928 S3 32V 288PS EZ09/87 VIN WP0zzz92zgs841924

  • Hello Thilo,

    for your vehicle ... GS841924 ... was fitted as standard M328 ... Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 45 or SQR 46, depending on the time of assembly ...

    Greetings

    Richard

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    1995 ... letzte Stufe der Evolution ... zeitloses Design in Perfektion ... handgeschaltet

  • Hola Thilo,

    here is the equipment of your 928:

    1986
    C00 - German market
    M28.46 - engine serial # range 89G 05001>10000 5 liter 32 valve, 288 hp @ 5750 rpm
    A28.11 - transmission serial # range 16 G 05001>10000 - 2.54:1 final drive ratio

    M026 - With activated charcoal cannister
    M058 - "Impact absorbers front and rear, Bumper with shock absorber instead of
    shock absorber-tube"
    I139 - Adjustable seat heating - Left
    M261 - Outside mirror - plain-passenger side (RHD), electrically adjustable and heatable
    I299 - Prepared for unleaded fuel, automatic transmission
    I328 - Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 45 M.ARI
    I340 - Seat heating - Right
    I415 - Widening of the gauge on the track on the rear axle
    I490 - Hi-Fi sound system (8 speakers, balance control, 1980-86.5) ("Equipment Group IV")
    M494 - 86- Additional Amp -Blaupunkt Quadro BQB-80
    M533 - Alarm system
    M650 - Sunroof

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    Un saludo

    Schocki :khat:

    1987 944 Turbo, R.I.P. :pop:
    1991 944 S2, Kobaltblau, verkauft :kbye:
    1972 911 T Targa, Geminiblau aka "Shelley" k:ok:
    1992 928 GTS, Amazonasgrün aka "Das Phantom" :kyippie:

    It's not the speed that kills you, it's the sudden stop k:secret: .

  • Schocki ☺️ How do you know that? THANKS! I have solved the problem with the cables, a second line has been installed and I have also found the sticker. I have now replaced the diaphragm. Now it's time for the cables if everything is already disassembled then it would be stupid to leave it like that. In the meantime, I can think about my secret dream of a double-din radio with sat nav. I think Thommy had one in there. Greetings and many thanks Thilo

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  • During this time I can think about my secret dream of a double-din radio with sat nav. I think Thommy had one of those. Greetings and many thanks Thilo

    I wouldn't do double DIN, IMHO it doesn't suit the cockpit. But everyone as he likes it.

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    Un saludo

    Schocki :khat:

    1987 944 Turbo, R.I.P. :pop:
    1991 944 S2, Kobaltblau, verkauft :kbye:
    1972 911 T Targa, Geminiblau aka "Shelley" k:ok:
    1992 928 GTS, Amazonasgrün aka "Das Phantom" :kyippie:

    It's not the speed that kills you, it's the sudden stop k:secret: .

  • so I am now much smarter :thumbsup: or not. I rang through all the cables and found that the earth of the loudspeaker outputs on the radio to the booster is connected together on the left and right ?:-(. The wiring diagram from Schocki confirms this!

    I'm really not that well versed in the subject, but if the booster is removed can you simply split the grounds again? I mean, some of you must have done it that way?

    I hope you can help me again

    regards

    Thilo

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    928 S3 32V 288PS EZ09/87 VIN WP0zzz92zgs841924