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The connectors are slightly different depending on which radio system you have. The wiring schematics only say connector 1 and connector 2, so I can't tell you which is left and which is right. All the systems use the same pins for the hot wires, however. They are pin #6 and pin #7 in connector #1 They are (as you may have guessed by the numbers) right next to each other. Pin #6 is RED/WHITE and is hot only with the ignition switch in the ACCESSORY or RUN positions. It is protected by fuse # 12 in the Fuse and Relay Box (Under the left side of the dash). It is a 10 Amp fuse. Pin #7 is PINK and is hot at all times. It is protected by fuse #F2 in the Power Distribution Center. (In the engine compartment, left side) It is a 5 Amp fuse.
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