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20 pin Nissan Head Unit Audio main connector layout
20 pin Nissan Head Unit Audio main connector
p/n 28185 3AN1A (PN-3135A)


 

Pin
Num
W/C Signal
2 W
Sound signal front speaker LH +
 
3 BR
Sound signal front speaker LH -
 
4 V
Sound signal rear speaker LH +
 
5 R
Sound signal rear speaker LH -
 
6 L
STRG SW A
Press and hold MODE switch. 0 V
Press and hold SEEK UP switch. 1.7 V
Press and hold  VOL UP switch. 3.3 V
Except for above. 5.0 V
7 LG
ACC power supply
 
11 G
Sound signal front speaker RH +
 
12 SB
Sound signal front speaker RH -
 
13 LG
Sound signal rear speaker RH +
 
14 GR
Sound signal rear speaker RH -
 
15 B
STRG SW ground
 
16 P
STRG SW B
Press Phone/Send switch 0 V
Press SEEK DOWN switch. 1.7 V
Press VOL DOWN switch. 3.3 V
Except for above. 5.0 V
18 SB
Vehicle speed signal
 
19 BR
Battery power supply
 
20 B
GND
 

W/C stands for Wire Color. It is for Nissan Versa 2015 and is very dependent on model and model year.

Pin
Num
W/C Signal
31 R
iPod audio signal LH +
 
33 B
iPod audio signal RH +
 
35 W
iPod audio signal LH -
37 B
iPod audio signal RH -
 
38   shield

W/C stands for Wire Color. It is for Nissan Versa 2015 and is very dependent on model and model year.

Pin
Num
W/C Signal
57 L
AV communication signal 1 (H)
 
58 L
AV communication signal 1 (H)
 
59 P
AV communication signal 1 (L)
 
60   shield
61 B
Ground
 
64 O
Bluetooth ON
 
65 P
AV communication signal 1 (L)
 
66 LG
Audio out +
 
67 V
Audio out -
 
68   shield

W/C stands for Wire Color. It is for Nissan Versa 2015 and is very dependent on model and model year.

 

16 pin Nissan Head Unit pre-amp connector layout
16 pin Nissan Head Unit pre-amp connector
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