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Orange goes to the switch on the emergency brake. This allows the DVD player to play movies with the brake on ( liability issue...people sued and bankrupted a manufacturer because they watched tv while driving and some people got killed) should be the light green wire at the switch on the ebrake handle.
Blue is used on a vehicle with factory analog steering wheel controls
pink is connected to the back up lights and activates the backup camera feature if you have a back up camera
blue w/white stripe...best guess has to do with infra red remote ...possible allows an ir eye to be installed.
I would suggest go ogling the model number for a wiring diagram or owners manual if you don't have one.
On the parking brake under the dash is a switch at the top that actuates the parking brake light. On most vehicles most are two wire switches, but some are one wire switches. If you have a two wire switch then you can unplug it and use a test light with the ignition turned on without starting the vehicle and test the wires to see which is the hot wire and then connect to the one that has no voltage on it because it is the ground for the switch. The wire is used to detect the parking brake position as engaged before it will allow viewing of the DVD player when the vehicle is not moving. When the brake is off the DVD player will not play DVDs, this is a safety measure so the driver will not be distracted while driving. Good Luck, RAC
Haynes manuals have all kinds of diagrams, but wire colors stated can NOT be trusted. they get close, but a voltage tester becomes your best friend. Do the dummy check and if you are removing a radio or something like that, check the top of the stock radio for pin identification, then just match up the wiring harness.
If your installing a stock radio/cd player from another Dodge the wiring plug is the same and will fit.If your installing a aftermarket radio/cd player(JVC,Pioneer,etc)you will need to buy a adapter plug that wires up to the radio and is a direct fit to your factory wire harness,so your not cutting your wires.When you buy the adapter plug it comes with a wire diagram of which wire is what.Your aftermarket radio should have a diagram also,either on it or in the manual.Hope this helps you.