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'm trying to put the wires and I took out of the one that they gave me into my harness what colors stand for what on the wires that aren't in the harness?

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SOURCE: i am installing a wiring harness for my 2005 jeep

harness plugs are all different and really cant be plugged in wrong. When removing old harness make note of what connectors are used and find them on the new harness before installing it. wires inside the harness are tied together in different places and if you are using a harness from a different year vehicle, you need to trace out each wire and it's destination points and match pin positions before using. You can use an ohmeter with an audio "ringer" on it to do this.

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the best thing to do is stop by a Walmart or Radio shack and pickup a install kit for your car and then you have what you need some auto part stores have them as well

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SOURCE: I took apart the color wires connector harness goin to the motor and and the switch and now i forgot how the wiring harness connect back do they all go to the same colors?

As a normal procedure, wire colors always match through a connector.

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