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#798369 - 08/29/12 03:48 AM 2012 R1200Rt Rear Speaker Plug  
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I have a 2012 R1200RT with audio system. I untied the 4 pin rear speaker plug ( at least that is what I assume it is) from under the triple tree and notice that it is a 4 pin plug but only has 3 wires running into the plug. I presume the three wires are right and left speaker and ground. The wires are all the color gray with a color stripe. The stripes appear to be red, white and brown.
Question. Have I got the correct plug to get a repair 4 pin plug and connect that set of wires with a stereo 3.5mm or 1/8 inch male plug and into my J&M Integrator?

Seems like I have read posts for the 2010 and maybe 2011 models that have 4 wires even though one wire is not used.

Question. I found two other 2 pin plugs in the same location and one must be the NAV IV connector. What is the other 2 pin plug for--TPS system (I do not have the TPM system) or some other accessory?

Appreciate input/ comments to my questions with regard to the 2012 model.

#798374 - 08/29/12 04:45 AM Re: 2012 R1200Rt Rear Speaker Plug [Re: azokie]  
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Two of the three on that bar are Nav IV plugs. One give it power and the other integrates it to the audio system. I forget the rest of the details. Sorry.


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#798378 - 08/29/12 05:18 AM Re: 2012 R1200Rt Rear Speaker Plug [Re: Danny caddyshack Noonan]  
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Here is a link to a thread on BMW MOA that describes the same thing you are trying to do. I followed the directions and it worked for me on my 2012 rt. I cant remember the part number for the plug in, it may be somewhere in the thread.

http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthread.php?t=59878


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#798552 - 08/30/12 04:46 AM Re: 2012 R1200Rt Rear Speaker Plug [Re: azokie]  
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Four pin plug is the audio OUT from the radio (aka Rear Speakers). One pin is unused. BMW # 83 30 0 413 584 is the "repair plug" that mates with it. The grey w/brown stripe is the ground, grey w/white stripe is the right speaker, grey w/red stripe left speaker, grey w/black stripe is not used. Application: http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=31006

The two pin plug is the audio IN from the Nav IV/GPS (this will "override" the radio audio if active).BMW # 83 30 0 402 343 is the "repair plug" that mates with it. It's mono, so if you're feeding from a stereo out source, you'll need a couple resistors. https://plus.google.com/photos/117838774173346589853/albums/5609335131898272801?banner=pwa

The three pin plug is the supply power to the Nav IV/GPS BMW # 83 30 0 413 585 SHOULD BE the "repair plug" that mates with it. It has a (pin 1) Brown = ground, (pin 3) Red/White = +12V and (2) Blue/Green = Speed Pulse wire that tells the GPS how fast (slow/fast) the M/C is going (this is to tell the GPS to increase its volume). I used that to power my tablet's charger. (can't find where I ordered it, so I'm not sure about the part #)
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=201982

Hope this helps.

Last edited by Oilhead in STL; 08/30/12 04:51 AM. Reason: Added link to power-thread
#798865 - 09/01/12 02:19 AM Re: 2012 R1200Rt Rear Speaker Plug [Re: Camhead in STL]  
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Thanks for all the input. I ordered the 4 pin repair plug as described above. I have a stereo 3 mm male plug (will connect to J&M Integratr) with 3 wire cable and connect the other end to the 3 wire pigtail from the repair plug. My NAV 4 (when received at dealer) will hook into the Canbus 3 wire power plug and the 2 pin audio plug. This should be great once everything is connected and I set the audio on line out and adjust the fader.


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