Question about 1985 Nissan Pulsar
Hi i just brought a car stereo for my car i have a manual for the car stereo but not for my car so i have no idea what colours go into what wires in my car. I have a 1985 nissan pulsar milano. Hope someone can help
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do it the old fasion way i have never used diagrams for splicing iht existing wiring.
simply a test light to find constant+ switched + ground, and such thin trial and error for speakers! there's 3 screws above the heater/vent controls, and two screws behind the ashtray - you've gotta pull it all the way out. then the centre console comes out, along with the stereo. the heater control knobs pull off by hand, no screws, you may also have to remove the choke 'knob' to get the plastic consol off. The knob is held on by a screw on its underside, then you will have to unscrew the collet (chrome thing) with a screwdriver, you will see what I mean.
For speakers, if the car already has them then sweet, but if you need to check polarity is correct get a AA battery put the wires on either end, and if the speaker moves 'out' polarity is correct as per the signs on the battery,if the speaker moves in the polarity is wrong. does it have the standard pioneer deck in there?
if so and u want to go by those colours
red = acc
orange = +12v
black = ground
green = left +
black = left -
grey =right +
black = right -
(cut the joining black wires on the plug (the one that has 2 black wires coming out is the front, the one that just has one black then a bridge across the plug is the rear)
if u want to go behind the plugs then
blue/red = left +
blue/yellow = left -
blue = right +
blue/white = right -
(same for rear but on a seperate plug)
dont remember the colours for acc and 12v (they're blue with some trace, one of them is black i think)
ground is black (might have grey dots)
illumination is red/black
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