Question about Cars & Trucks
You didn't give enough information, like the brand of the radio, year and model of the car or truck, is it OEM, or a replacement. How are we supposed to know the certain colors on your radio?
At least two are standard, red and black. Possibly a yellow for a "switched" on and off (this would be wired to indirectly to your ignition switch). The rest are probably speaker outputs. If you can't look up a manual for the radio, then test each cable and see which one puts out what. Good luck, hope I helped.
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