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Usually the black wire is a ground, so you can likely connect those together. To test it first use a voltage meter to check for continuity between both black leads on the new fan. If there isn't any resistance between the two black connections you can wire them together.
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most of the times the signal wire is the black one,
but is definly not the red or the red with stripe,
so is eithr the white or the black.
Posted on May 28, 2008
glad you posted what colors you do have , cause 2 resources didn't match ,actually 3 , i did find a match to your colors was a 97 year model premium radio, so we have a match .....
black/ light green = ground
dark green = left front spkr +
purple = right front spkr +
blue/white = right rear spkr -
brown/blue = left rear spkr -
brown/yellow = left rear spkr +
blue/orange = right rear spkr +
black/yellow = park lamps
brown/red = left front spkr -
orange = dimmer signal
pink = fused battery +
green/red = radio choke relay
red/white = fused ignition
blue/red = right front spkr -
djmac62 is also an excellent answer
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
All auto fans run on 12-16volts. That voltage should be whatever the cars battery/alternator voltage is at the time. If not working and your blower is checked out as good you more then likely have a bad blower resistor which controls the speeds of the blower. You can verify by pulling the harness to blower and applying 12volts directly to the motor and if it comes on your most likely cause is the resistor
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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There may be extra wires you don't need. The basic set of wires on the radio is 4 pairs of colored wires--one black-striped and one plain for each speaker. Yellow is usually accessory power, red is hot, and black is ground. Some additional wires may be one for a power antenna, one for an external amplifyer, and one for facelight (in case it will run on dimmer)
The car should have the following corresponding wires:
Radio 12v--- orange
Radio Ground--- black
Radio Ignition--- yellow
Radio Illumination--- brown
Power Antenna--- pink (if you have one)
LF Speaker +/- tan - grey
RF Speaker +/- lt green - dk green
LR Speaker +/- brown - yellow
RR Speaker +/- dk. blue- lt. blue
The car or radio could have additional connectors, such as for a subwoofer, CD changer, etc.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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