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Hi Guys

I've just bought a 2002 4200 coupe, which wasn't originally specified with the CD Multichanger.

To avoid paying Dealer prices do any of you know what manufacturer / model the Changer is? also where is it located in the car (I assume the boot / trunk but is it hidden or just sitting there in the space?)

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it's the "blaupunkt" cd changer and model is "CODE", it's 5 disk cd changer. You will need a CD changer mount-kit and an OEM side housing carpet or leave as an empty. :shock:
 

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Once the CD Changer is purchased and installed, does it work as if equipped from the factory with no software changes from Maserati?

If so, that sure sounds like the way to go...

Where did you find the changer? I've searched the Net, but can't seem to locate that model offered by any of the audio sites.
 

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I don't know about after market CD changer. However try Ebay to search "blaupunkt changer" and you will see 5disc changers.
I'm not sure It's working or not. :cry:

The blaupunkt CODE medel is OEM product name.
It may only a diffrent name, I guess

Hopefully it's help
 

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Do you need to check whether the wiring is installed between the trunk and the dash? AFAIK it is not always installed - at least that's what my dealer told me.
 

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Blaupunkt CD-Changer

I just had the dealer in Woodland Hills install a CD-Changer in the trunk of my 2002 Spyder Cambio. The model is a Blaupunkt IDC A09. The dealer also obtained a factory trunk panel for a "factory look". It's worked out very well.
 

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Re: Blaupunkt CD-Changer

nteplin said:
I just had the dealer in Woodland Hills install a CD-Changer in the trunk of my 2002 Spyder Cambio. The model is a Blaupunkt IDC A09. The dealer also obtained a factory trunk panel for a "factory look". It's worked out very well.
Sounds like you did exactly as I want to do. :)

Did you purchase the changer from the dealer or off the internet?

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I went through the dealer because I did not know which model would work. Also, they set me up with the updated trunk liner.
 

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Which side is the changer on?

Simple question, but which side of the trunk is the changer normally on, the driver or passenger side? I took the liner off the driver side, and I couldn't find any helpful wiring, although the antenna connections are on that side.
 

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The changer is installed on the left side (driver side for North American cars) when ordered with a changer from the factory.

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I found the CD changer on the internet (reconditioned for $100 on eBay), but have yet to install it.

I did pull off the panel on the left side in the trunk, but couldn't find any matching electrical connectors. A couple of days later, I ran into my dealer's service guy at a show and asked him about the wiring. He said some cars have the harness and some don't. Oh good....

We didn't discuss at length, but he said he would do some checking for me.

Assuming your car has the wiring harness and connectors, you need to order the proper trunk panel from your dealer.

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Changer wiring

I've gone a little further and disassembled the armrest. I can see the back of the installed CD player has two connecters that are in use, and a third (the lowest), that has nothing plugged in. Anyone know if this is the spot for the changer, and if so, what the pinout is?
 
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