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I have tapped into the aux directly at the head unit multiplug and this means you dont have to plug into the existing aux socket (blank plug) because its basically disconnected completely. Also there's no issue with volume level being low.1996 Defender -died
2004 Defender td5 gone
2012 Evoque traded in
2007 D3 Beast V8
Forgot to add as its ages since I did it on my old D3 GS the wiring is still in the footwell even if your D3 doesnt have an aux connector which the low spec radio cd didnt have.
Funny u talking about adding an Aux in the base model, added one from the back of the radio by buying a plug in loom that has the Aux lead incorporated , then spent ages fitting the aux socket into my dashboard
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Yes we discussed this a couple of years ago
And I hardwired mine behind the aux panel in the rear.
I was interested in doing something nearer the front to avoid the low volume issue.
I think, as suggested, a hard wire (or a splitter) from the back of the head unit multiplug.2008 D3 HSE Stornoway Grey (UK)
2008 D3 HSE Izmir Blue- South African Spec. (Zimbabwe)
2005 FFRR SC V8- Java Black
1995 D1 300 Tdi Blue - (Sourced from the UK, shipped to Namibia, driven by me to RD Congo, then Zambia, now retired in Zimbabwe)
GAP iiDT available, if I'm in-country.
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