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I've just noticed this problem aswell!
I presume I can fix it with this solution - can someone say if they think I'm wrong please!
I will order an ISO Extension Lead
looking like this:
According to this wiring diagram
I will then cut and swap over the leads on pins 3 and 5, and also on pins 4 and 6 (on Block B - the speaker block)
Connections for Block B - Speakers
1) Right Rear + Purple 3) Right Front + Grey 5) Left Front + White 7) Left Rear + Green
2) Right Rear - Purple/Blk 4) Right Front - Grey/Blk 6) Left Front - White/Blk 8) Left Rear - Grean / Black
I then just pull the ISO plug out under the rear left seat where the radio is housed, plug it into one end of theis, then plug the other end back in, and bobsheruncle.
Or have I got it wrong?
Currently in camelopardis's garage:
2002 Renault Vel Satis 3.0 dCi Initiale