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Old 02-10-2011
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Icon5 factory sirius receiver pinout needed

ok so i have the factory installed sirius receiver, HU, & harness w/aux port out of my '09 ranger that im re-installing in my '03 SVT F150. the problem is that the harness has another connector that plugs in under the dash(grey plug). not sure what its for, maybe 12v - 5v step down to power the receiver? there are 4 wires from the grey connector that go to the 12pin on the sirius unit

grey w/orange stripe
purple w/orange stripe
green w/red stripe
black w/blue stripe

i have continuity between the black and ground. theres 123 ohms between grey & purple. no readings for green.

any info i can get could be helpful . . .
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wow not a single reply . . . i guess nobody has tried this?
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It might be for the Sat. antenna. i don't think its like the traditional antennas where its just a big cable.
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no, im sure its not the antenna. most likely a power supply thing. i dont have the ranger anymore or i might have been able to trace it out. unfortunately, im doing a chapter7, so the bank got the ranger now.


im keepin my hot rod tho
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ok here is what i found out for a pin-out

pin 1 MS CAN +
pin 2 not used
pin 3 ground
pin 4 not used
pin 5 Sat Rad Signal L+
pin 6 Sat Rad Signal R+
pin 7 MS CAN -
pin 8 not used
pin 9 battery +
pin 10 ground
pin 11 Sat Rad Signal L-
pin 12 Sat Rad Signal R-

so does anyone have a clue what "MS CAN" is?
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Are you still working on this project? I just joined the forum looking for info on Sirius installs. MS-CAN is Medium Speed Controller Area Network. This is the communication network. I assume there is continuity between this connector, the SAT module and the head unit. I would assume this plug is used to connect other telematic devices into the network, and without other connections you might need a terminating resistor. I have a schematic on order, as I am retrofitting this into my 03 Ranger. Hope to learn from your experience.
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