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SOURCE: installing subs, how to use rc converter

from the rc converter i connected to the rear speakers taking both positive (left and right) to the positive on the factory speakers, then done the same with the negative (left and right) to the negative of the factory speakers. i connected with a quick connect. then from the converter to the amp using rc's. since my battery is in the trunk, the only wire i had to run through the car is the remote wire from the radio to my amp and then my subs to my amp.

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Either the balance is off on the head unit, or the the out puts (in the head unit) for the rear speakers are blown.

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SOURCE: rear speakers do not work with aftermarket stereo install

I had the same problem a while back after having a JVC MP£ player fitted at Halfords. The guy told me my sub-woofer behind the back seat wouldn't work with the new stereo which I said was ridiculous, then one of the other guys came to look and told him I needed a different cable to link everything together - then it worked brilliantly.
Sorry I dont know a part number but that is definately your problem.
I hope this helps - or better still that you already have it sorted !!

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SOURCE: 2004 landcrusier 100 series. glow

THIS COMES ALL FROM "WAIT TO START" DO YOU WAIT TO START? IF NOT,THEN THE GLOW PLUGS ARE BUR'NT OUT,WHICH YOU WILL NOT NEED UNTIL FALL. OR MAYBE YOU'VE GOT IT HOOKED ON EITHER,STARTING FLUID,IN WHICH CASE,I SUGGEST YOU REPLACE THOSE GLOW PLUGS NOW.OR ELSE YOU'RE MOVING ON TO EVEN WORSE ISSUES.LET ME ASK YOU THIS,WHY ARE'NT THE GLOW PLUGS BEING DENIED POWER? AFTER ALL THEY START THE ENGINE? AFTER YOU INSERT THE KEY INTO THE SWITCH,WAIT TO START,LIGHTS UP.IF YOU'VE NOT WAITED UNTIL THAT WAIT TO START LIGHT GOES OFF,,,YOU'VE BURNT THE GLOW PLUGS UP.THE ONLY THING TO DO IS REPLACE THEM ALL.IF YOU'VE BEEN USING STARTING FLUID OR EITHER TO START YOUR ENGINE FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME,FORGET REPLACING THE GLOW PLUGS,BECAUSE YOUR ENGINE IS ADDICTED TO THE BOTTLE(EITHER) YOU MAY BE ONE OF THE LUCKY ONES,REPLACING THE GLOW PLUGS MAY RESOLVE YOUR ISSUES.BUT,WAIT TO START,,AIN'T NO JOKE. BEST OF LUCK TO YOU & YOURS!

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Need to wire up a factory radio plug for 2003 chevy tahoe z71 with bose premium system. need to know what wire gose in what pin in the plug. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME!!! PLEASE!!!


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24-Way F Micro-Pack 100 Series (GRN) (UQ7 w/o Y91)

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Wire Color
Circuit No.
Function
A1
ORN
1044
Radio Class 2 Serial Data
A2
--
--
Not Used
A3
PPL
493
Rear Seat Audio Enable Signal (UQ7 w/o Y91)
A4
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1486
FM Composite Signal (UQ7 w/ Y91)
A5-A7
--
--
Not Used
A8
TAN
201
Left Front Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5)
A8
TAN
511
Left Front Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
A9
GRY
118
Left Front Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5)
A9
DK GRN
1947
Left Front Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
A10
LT BLU
115
Right Rear Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5)
A10
BLK
1946
Right Rear Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
A11
DK BLU
46
Right Rear Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5)
A11
DK BLU
546
Right Rear Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
A12
BLK/WHT
1851
Ground
B1
ORN
340
Battery Positive Voltage
B2
--
--
Not Used
B3
PNK
314
Radio On Signal (UQ7 w/o Y91)
B3
DK GRN
145
Antenna Enable Signal (UQ7 w/ Y91)
B4
BRN/WHT
230
Instrument Panel Lamps Dimming Control (w/ Y91)
B5
BLK/WHT
1851
Ground (w/ Y91)
B6
GRY/BLK
2334
Radio Mute (UQ7 w/o Y91)
B7
--
--
Not Used
B8
BRN
199
Left Rear Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5)
B8
BRN
599
Left Rear Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
B9
YEL
116
Left Rear Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5)
B9
DK GRN/
WHT
1547
Left Rear Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
B10
DK GRN
200
Right Front Speaker Output (+) (UQ3/UQ5)
B10
ORN/BLK
1546
Right Front Low Level Audio Signal (-) (UQ7)
B11
LT GRN
117
Right Front Speaker Output (-) (UQ3/UQ5)
B11
LT GRN
512
Right Front Low Level Audio Signal (+) (UQ7)
B12
--
--
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Put the + from the "sub wire" to the + on your new speaker. Put the - negative from the "tweeter wire", to the Negative of new speaker. Now, take the Neg. from "sub wire", and connect it with Positive from "tweeter wire". This is called wiring in "Series". This keeps the ohm load at a level safe from overheating your speakers. Click this link: http://bcae1.com/ put "series wiring" in a search on that site, and the page will come up that has a picture, as well as info of why you should wire them like that.

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Hi, here are your factory wire colors/functions. Aftermarket stereos have a common set of colors, which should be in your installation diagram. The process is simplified if you purchase a wiring adapter for your vehicle. These are available for under $10 at most WALMARTs and auto parts stores or about any place that sells car stereos. In either case, I recommend you solder the connections or at least use crimp terminals. If you have any more questions, please let me know--I've done a lot of stereo installations.

2001 Toyota Tacoma Car Stereo Installation Guide
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Blue/Yellow
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Gray
Car Radio Ground Wire: Brown
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Green
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A
Car Audio Front Speakers Size: N/A
Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Pink
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Violet
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Blue
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Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Red
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1990 Mazda B2000 B-Series Pickup Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram.
Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/Red
Car Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Red/Black
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Car Radio Illumination Wire: Blue/White
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Car Radio Antenna Trigger N/A
Car Radio Amp Trigger Wire: N/A
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Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Blue/Yellow
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Blue
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Blue/White
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Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Red
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Blue/Green
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue/White
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Installing subs, how to use rc converter


from the rc converter i connected to the rear speakers taking both positive (left and right) to the positive on the factory speakers, then done the same with the negative (left and right) to the negative of the factory speakers. i connected with a quick connect. then from the converter to the amp using rc's. since my battery is in the trunk, the only wire i had to run through the car is the remote wire from the radio to my amp and then my subs to my amp.

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Rear speakers do not work with aftermarket stereo install


I had the same problem a while back after having a JVC MP£ player fitted at Halfords. The guy told me my sub-woofer behind the back seat wouldn't work with the new stereo which I said was ridiculous, then one of the other guys came to look and told him I needed a different cable to link everything together - then it worked brilliantly.
Sorry I dont know a part number but that is definately your problem.
I hope this helps - or better still that you already have it sorted !!

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