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Kia Sportage: Specifications, Components and Components Location | Audio Unit

Kia Sportage Third generation (SL) - (2011-2016) - Service and Repair Manual / Body Electrical System / Audio / Specifications, Components and Components Location | Audio Unit

Specifications

 Specifications

Audio

Speaker

Speaker

Components and Components Location

Components and Components Location

 Component Location

  1. Audio unit
  2. Tweeter speaker
  3. External amplifier
  4. Roof antenna (Radio)
  5. Front door speaker
  6. Rear door speaker
  7. Sub woofer speaker
  8. Antenna feeder cable
  9. Antenna cable connector

Audio Unit

Components and Components Location

 Components

[RADIO/CD/MP3 (PA710/PA710S) ]

Connector A

Connector A

  1. Speaker RL (+)
  2. Speaker FL (+)
  3. Speaker FR (+)
  4. Speaker RR (+)
  5. SPDIF GND
  6. SPDIF DN
  7. IGN
  8. Illumination (+)
  9. DETENT
  10. Speaker RL (-)
  11. Speaker FL (-)
  12. Speaker FR (-)
  13. Speaker RR (-)
  14. Remote AMP
  15. SPDIF DP
  16. E.AMP MUTE
  17. Illumination (-)
  18. Remote Antenna

Connector ’

  1. CAN-H
  2. TEL MUTE
  3. TEMP
  4. Steering remote
  5. -
  6. USB D (+)
  7. USB/iPod VDD
  8. AUX Input R
  9. AUX GND
  10. Mic (+)
  11. ACC
  12. Battery (+)
  13. CAN-L
  14. -
  15. -
  16. Vehicle speed
  17. Remote GND
  18. USB D (-)
  19. USB/iPod GND
  20. AUX Detect
  21. AUX Input L
  22. Mic (-)
  23. -
  24. Power GND

[RADIO/CD/MP3 (BA900/BA950) - External Amplifier]

Connector A

Connector A

  1. Speaker RL (+)
  2. Speaker FL (+)
  3. Speaker FR (+)
  4. Speaker RR (+)
  5. -
  6. -
  7. Ignition
  8. Illumination (+)
  9. -
  10. Speaker RL (-)
  11. Speaker FL (-)
  12. Speaker FR (-)
  13. Speaker RR (-)
  14. P position
  15. -
  16. -
  17. Illumination (-)
  18. Remote antenna

Connector ’

  1. CAN-H
  2. -
  3. -
  4. Steering remote
  5. -
  6. Camera_V_IN
  7. Camera B+
  8. AUX_R_IN
  9. AUX_REF
  10. MIC+(BT)
  11. ACC
  12. B/UP
  13. CAN-L
  14. -
  15. Auto light
  16. Speed IN
  17. Remote GND
  18. Camera V_GND
  19. Camera REQ
  20. AUX_Detect
  21. AUX_L_IN
  22. MIC-(BT)
  23. Camera_P_GND
  24. Power GND

[RADIO/CD/MP3 (BA900/BA950) - Internal Amplifier]

Connector A

Connector A

  1. -
  2. -
  3. -
  4. -
  5. SPDIF GND
  6. SPDIF DN
  7. Ignition
  8. Illumination (+)
  9. -
  10. -
  11. -
  12. -
  13. -
  14. P position
  15. SPDIF DP
  16. -
  17. Illumination (-)
  18. Remote antenna

Connector ’

  1. CAN-H
  2. -
  3. -
  4. Steering remote
  5. -
  6. Camera_V_IN
  7. Camera B+
  8. AUX_R_IN
  9. AUX_REF
  10. MIC+(BT)
  11. ACC
  12. B/UP
  13. CAN-L
  14. -
  15. Auto light
  16. Speed IN
  17. Remote GND
  18. Camera V_GND
  19. Camera REQ
  20. AUX_Detect
  21. AUX_L_IN
  22. MIC-(BT)
  23. Camera_P_GND
  24. Power GND

[External Amplifier]

Connector A Connector A

  1. B (+)
  2. B (+)
  3. B (+)
  4. -
  5. CAN (+)
  6. CAN (-)
  7. ACC
  8. -
  9. -
  10. -
  11. Navigation (+)
  12. Sub woofer 2 (+)
  13. Sub woofer 1 (+)
  14. GND
  15. GND
  16. GND
  17. -
  18. SPDIF (+)
  19. SPDIF (-)
  20. -
  21. -
  22. -
  23. -
  24. Navigation (-)
  25. Sub woofer 2 (-)
  26. Sub woofer 1 (-)

Connector B Connector B

  1. -
  2. -
  3. -
  4. -
  5. -
  6. -
  7. -
  8. -
  9. -
  10. -
  11. -
  12. -
  13. -
  14. -
  15. -
  16. -

Connector C Connector C

  1. Rear Door Right (+)
  2. Rear Door Left (+)
  3. Front Tweeter Right (+)
  4. Front Tweeter Left (+)
  5. Front Door Right (+)
  6. Front Door Left (+)
  7. Rear Door Right (-)
  8. Rear Door Left (-)
  9. Front Tweeter Right (-)
  10. Front Tweeter Left (-)
  11. Front Door Right (-)
  12. Front Door Left (-)

[Roof Antenna (Radio) ]

[Roof Antenna (Radio+GPS) ]

[Roof Antenna (Radio+GPS) ]

Repair procedures

Repair procedures

Removal

1. Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.

2. Remove the crash pad passenger's garnish (A).

(Refer to BD group - "Crash pad")

3. Disconnect the connectors and remove the cluster fascia panel (A).

3. Disconnect the connectors and remove the cluster fascia panel (A).

(Refer to BD group - "Crash pad")

4. Remove the center fascia panel (A) after loosening the mounting screw

4. Remove the center fascia panel (A) after loosening the mounting screw (2EA).

5. Disconnect the connector (A) installed on the center fascia panel.

5. Disconnect the connector (A) installed on the center fascia panel.

6. Remove the audio assembly (A) after loosening the mounting screw (4EA).

6. Remove the audio assembly (A) after loosening the mounting screw (4EA).

7. Disconnect the audio connectors and cable (A), then remove the audio unit

7. Disconnect the audio connectors and cable (A), then remove the audio unit completely.

NOTE

NOTE

Lift the connector locking clip to the arrow direction, disconnect the connector.

When assembling, install the connector and connector locking clip.

CAUTION

  • If CD does not eject, don't try to remove it.
  • The player may be damaged.
  • Therefore, contact a service shop for repairs

Installation

1. Connect the audio unit connectors and cable.

2. Install the audio unit.

3. Install the center fascia panel.

4. Install the cluster fascia panel.

5. Install the crash pad passenger's garnish.

6. Connect the negative (-) battery terminal.

NOTE

  1. Make sure the connector are connected in properly.
  2. Check the audio system.

Disassembly

1. Loosen the screw (Left 3EA. Right 3EA) and remove the audio head unit mounting bracket (A).

2. When separate the CD rom drive, if necessary, remove the top cover (A)

2. When separate the CD rom drive, if necessary, remove the top cover (A) after loosening the screws (4EA).

3. After loosening the screws, remove the CD rom drive (B).

3. After loosening the screws, remove the CD rom drive (B).

NOTE

NOTE

Take care not to damage the cable connectors (A) when removing drive.

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