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Turn signals dont work and no constant power to stereo

I was installing a new stereo and my constant power and ignition switch power went out and also my turn signals hellp please

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Pull the radio and re-do the wiring.

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Check these fuses radio/interior lights
Radio backup (if applicable)
Ignition

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STEREO ETC STAYS ON EVEN AFTER TURNING IT OFF AND REMOVING THE KEY


It sounds like you have a constant 12V power supply wired to the radio instead of a switched 12V. If you've recently installed a new radio, check your wires again. There should be a 12V constant and a 12V switched. The switched 12V will turn the radio off, while the constant 12V is for keeping the clock and radio memory working.

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ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1980 - 1982 Honda Civic...


ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1980 - 1982 Honda Civic



This FixYa Tip is for the purpose of installing an Alarm, Remote Starter, Cruise Control, and / or Car Stereo into the vehicle listed in the subject line.

The wires listed are the ones you will need to successfully complete the task.

Some vehicles require additional relays and / or modules to bypass factory security. If they are required - it will be in the NOTES section below the wiring colors.

The following FixYa TIP is good for all Honda Civics for the following production years:

1980
1981
1982




STEREO WIRING COLOR CHART:

Constant Power: White/Blue
Switched Power: Yellow/Red
Ground: To Chassis Metal
Illumination: N/A
Dimmer: N/A
Antenna: Drivers Side Pillar


Left Front (+): Red/Green
Left Front (-): Brown
Right Front (+): Blue/Green
Right Front (-): Gray

Left Rear (+): Red/Yellow
Left Rear (-): Brown
Right Rear (+): Blue/Yellow
Right Rear (-): Gray/White


NOTES: - none -

Additional Accessories:

Metra Brand Dash Kit: n/a
Metra Brand Wiring Harness: 70-1388
Metra Brand Antenna Adapter: n/a








ALARM / REMOTE START WIRING CHART:

Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness
Starter: Black/White - Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory: Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Tach: Blue - Coil
Brake Switch: Green/White - Brake Switch
Trunk Pin: Green/Black - (-) Hatch Pin Switch
Parking Lights: Red/Black - (+) Light Switch
Hood Pin: n/a
Factory Disarm: n/a
Door Trigger: Green/Black - (-) Pin Switch
Door Lock: Green/White - (-) Driver's Kick Panel
Door Unlock: Green/Orange - (-) Driver's Kick Panel


NOTES: - none -






CRUISE CONTROL:

Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake
Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness
Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module
Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch
Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch
Tach: Blue - Coil
VSS Wire : n/a




NOTES: 4000PPM

Vehicles with Manual Transmission require Clutch Switch.
Some vehicles may require a speed signal generator and/or other parts/adapters not listed above.
Rostra® Cruise Control module switch settings may differ if you use a speed signal generator or magnets and a pick up coil.


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If I hooked up an after market stereo could it be possible that it's drawing from the battery constantly?


No, the stereo has an ON/OFF switch. If you connect the power for the stereo on the ignition side of the fuse box when you turn off the ignition switch/key hen power will be automatically cut off to the stereo even if you leave the switch on at the stereo.

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91 accord starter has power even when the key is off


The big wire on the starter is constant power, The little wire goes from the ignition switch to the starter (switch wire). I would sugest the ignition switch is cactus (not the barel just the switch) either that or someone has patched a power circut into the switch wire. Such as instaling stereo or something. But I would think the switch is the problem

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I changed my turn signal switch and now my rear speakers do not work how can i fix this or does the harness for the turn signal switch hook up with the stereo harness?


No the turn signal is seperate from the stereo,what happen is that accessing the turn signal wire the power to the radio was interrupted, the solution did you blow a fuse?Can you push the radio and rear speaker come alive it just something that got interfered with the speaker wire cannot connect to a constant power as a turn signal but must be from radio controls and radio out let only

Apr 23, 2011 | 1997 GMC Jimmy

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The wiring harness. To the stereo has been cut. I need to install oem stereo and don't know where to start to find which wire hold the ground or power.


1998 Chevrolet Malibu Car Stereo Wiring Diagram

Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Brown
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Pink
Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A
Car Audio Front Speakers Size: 4? x 6?
Car Audio Front Speakers Location: Doors
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Tan
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green
Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: 6? x 9?
Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue

Hope this helps (remember to rate this).

Nov 05, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet Malibu

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Im installing an aftermarket stereo in my 2002 Grand Am.. I bought an expensive harness and its not working.. I have the radio working, but the ignition wire from the radio is hooked up to battery...


This vehicle does not have a switched power suppy in the factory harness. The orange wire in the car harness is a constant 12 volts.
To resolve connect the 12 volt power supply from the head unit to a switched circut at the fuse block and this will resolve your problem.

Sep 08, 2010 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

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After replacing my battery i have to put the code in every time i start the car for the radio is this electrial or fuse problem


ok , as you may know, your car has a security feature that disables the stereo every time the power is disconnected from it. so that is your problem. you have 2 power supplies to your stereo. one is a wire that is connected to your ignition switch, so that is like an electrical switch so to say, that powers up the unit when you start the car. the second is a slightly larger wire that supplies a constant current to the stereo, even when the cars off. this wire allows the stereo to save your sound and radio presets, and other memory when you turn the ignition off. this constant wire is most likely your problem. im not sure where this wire is spliced into your battery. it may be at athe battery, or it may be a wire leading into your under hood fusebox. check the owners manual for the fuse locations, and check to see if they are bad. then, check to make sure there werent any wires or connecters that may have been left off by accident when the stereo was disconnected. finally if that doesnt work, you can locate this wire, and replace it, if you know how to use a digital multimeter. just determine what wire is the constant, cut and splice a new wire into the stereo-end of the old constant, then run that wire to a constant power supply, like directly to the positive battery post. if you do though, just make sure that the wire will be clear from any moving or hot parts, and dont forget to install some kind of fuse near the battery. im guessing a 10 amp fuse should be sufficient. hope this helps you, or at least gives you a good starting point.

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2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Factory stereo color codes


attach both power and illumination wires to constant on car wires.... only way to have switched power is connecting the switched/ignition wire to a fuse

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No tail lights no brake lights no turn signals


oh yes,, believe me you have just enter the pits of hell..
i have a 1990 thunderbird and your lights and **** are all right there with the stereo wiring my dash lights went out and it took forever to figure out how to get them back on good-luck ray
if you need me just holler

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