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I am trying to wire a radio in a ford capri but cannot get a 12 volt live connection

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SOURCE: wiring diagram for 1988 ford f250 4x4 460 cu in

Try having a look here:

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152801cd403

Hopefully this gives you what you need. If not, I can keep searching or see what else we can do.


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SOURCE: car audio wiring diagram for 1998 volvo s-70

CLICK HERE for your vehicles full service manual. If you are cutting wires.
Be warned your vehicle has a factory amplifier installed, and needs to be bypassed to hear the speakers if you are just wiring behind the dash.
Metra makes a harness you install on the aftermarket radio, then simply plug into the vehicle's harness.
All the wires are labeled for easy installation.

70-9220 is the metra part number. Click on the number to see an eBay auction.


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http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/Ford-Wiring.pdf hope this link helps. Good luck. Keep me posted. 

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SOURCE: wiring an amp meter diagram

put the meter in series remove wire gointo back of alternator put one lead on wire and one on alternator that should give you your reading

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