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Wire became loose and radio and charger port became powerless. where do I plug it back in?

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All corollas from 2002 - 2007 usually use the following color codes.
Radio:
Blue wire with white strip is (+).
Brown wire is ground.
Cigarette lighter/ Charger:
Grey wire is (+).
White wire with Black strip is ground.
CAUTION:
Confirm the voltage with test lamp or multimeter before connecting the wires to the accessories.

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