Dawg i had the same problem and there is no way out of this! Believe me i tried it and fired the dash board twice!! I had everything workin got my bangs on and boom like 3 min later it frys. Best bet...go and get the wiring harness. 100 bucks :( but its the only one for ALL Cadillacs! I didnt want to spend the money for it but its was better than frying the dash again and better than using the piece of **** stock radio :)
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Here's your color codes at least. I hope this helps you and good luck.
1997 Cadillac Deville Stereo Wiring
5 1/4" Dash
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6" x 9" Rear Deck
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
Your question is not very specific but I expect that you have discovered that Volvo does not bother to color code their sound system wiring. They seem to use whatever wire they have laying around, so there is no particular pattern, and often all the wires are the same color.
If your car still has the original stereo plugs, you can buy a wiring kit from the installation shop at Best Buy. It will have a plug that plugs into the Volvo plug and wires that are color coded to standard color coding so you can figure out how to connect it to the new stereo. I not only had to put in a new stereo, but I had to bypass the original amplifier in my '91. The kit from Best Buy made it all Plug and Play!
Check the fuses for the dash, but I'll bet it will need repaired. Usually on Cadillac the radio is in the trunk. The part in the dash is just the control to the radio and it is wired to the cluster. If you try to wire an aftermarket stereo to this plug that went to the radio controls, it shorts out and burns the cluster. Hopefully it blew the fuse before it burnt the cluster but usually not.
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