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I'm tryin to connect my amp to my in dash radio but i can't find the RCA connector wire on my in dash radio wires

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Do u have to bypass the factory amp to use a aftermarket head unit in a 2004 gmc envoy stanard system


If you do not have access to an aftermarket interface cable (some are available depending on brand and model of aftermarket radio), then yes, you have to bypass the amp if the new head unit has an internal amp, AND you wish to use the factory speakers with the new stereo.

There are many ways to do this, but if you want to do it yourself, the absolute best way is to get a copy of the dash harness wiring diagram from GM. This diagram will identify which pins in the radio dash harness connector run to the speakers and/or the amp, and whether you have to run new wires to the output side of the amp to connect to the speakers--this will not be specifically identified in the GM diagram (it will not say anything like 'to connect aftermarket radio, etc.), but it will be evident that you have to do this if there are no speaker pins in the in-dash connector.

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Why is rear stock subwoofer not working?


I need to have more info about how you installed it, did you use rca wires from the radio to the amp.? Make sure the sub setting on radio is turned on. Make sure rca wire are in the input connection and not output, also check you connection from radio that they're in rite place. I really need more info about the map of your wireing

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I want to change my stock radio on my 01 neon to aftermarket one by myself. How would I be able to do this and what would I need


video did not show anything..first..bench test the radio for operation and figure out which wires do what..as in red for hot(power), black for ground..yellow, usually memory wire(hot all the time)and matched pairs of speaker wires usually 4 and some rca connectors to connect an auxilary amp.. then match with the cars original wires..using tape, wirecutters, screwdrivers etc.. repost with any issues..

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My CD & radio just stopped working. The screen still displays everthing and the CD track changes just no sound.


This is usually an internal failure with the head unit (the radio box in the dash) usually getting a new head unit will solve the issue, however it could be as simple as a broken or disconnected connector. Try getting to the back of your radio and inspect the connectors. Also try jiggling the wires to see if its a loose/sloppy connection. Either way, you're going to have to pull apart the dash. In some rare cases, the vehicle will have an external amplifier, if this amp popped a fuse or had some internal fault, that would cause the radio to show everything, but have no sound. Check you fuses first, especially anything related to "Audio", "Instrument", "Dash", or "Amp"

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I have an 04 Nissan Altima I want to keep the stock radio but want to hook up an amp to it. There are no RCA hook up on the back of the radio. Please help, how can I do this?


You need a high/low converter. The converter will connect to two speaker wires and, covert that high signal to a low signal to run the amp. The converter will have RCA outputs for the amp. You will also need an amp turn on wire. The accessory wire (switched 12 volts) from the radio will serve this purpose.
Since you are already behind the radio; the accessory wire you need is purple in color. Left front speaker (+) is blue/white,(-) is blue/red. Right front speaker (+) is white/black, (-) is blue/black. You can use the signal from these two wires for the amp.

Sep 15, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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I recently bought a 1993 Chevrolet K1500. It had the factory radio in dash, but the cassette player and under dash amplifier were gone. I bought both of these from salvage. In doing so, I noticed a...


Hello! The ALDL or On Board Diagnostic I (OBDI) connector is located under the dash on a 1993...And is different then the 94 you looked at...See diagram below...Is there a wire on "A" and "B"? "A" is a White/Black wire that changes to Black/White at the ALDL connector on pin "A"...and should read to ground..."B" is data and is Orange...These are the two wires that are shorted with a paper clip to get the trouble light to "blink" out a trouble code...I DO NOT see a connection between the fault that you have and the ALDL connector, Although the connector may be missing a wire (easily checked)...LETS SOLVE!!!

The problem appears to be be a lack of a connection to the Yellow ignition wire which could appear White...It's the ACC ignition power to the radio...Just because the lights are on doesn't mean the radio itself has power from the ignition...Also The Orange ignition wire (hot at all times) maintains memory to the radio...The White? wire out out the back of the radio appears to be the ignition wire...If there is already a Yellow wire connected to the radio plug that has 12 volts on it when the key is turned to ACC let me know...

Bottom line...Are there wires in both slots of the under dash ALDL connector??? And is there a splice into the Yellow ignition wire...SEND A COMMENT .saailer













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Nov 29, 2011 | 1993 Chevrolet K1500

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I have a honda odyssey 2001 the light of the panel are not workinkg all the rest of the lights are working i check the fuse and are ok only i did was change the radio and install a new one but did not...


I'm guessing you're talking about the dash light aound the radio. The dash lights around the radio share the same fuse with all the other lights that come on when you turn the parking light on. If the other light are working then your fuses are fine. What i think might have happen was when you took the dash cover off, the bulbs behind it might had burn out. You might want to try new bulbs.

good luck

Jan 20, 2011 | Honda Odyssey Cars & Trucks

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How do you hook up a amp with a factory radio.. a 2002 impala


1- you need to provide a fused power wire from battery to amp
2- provide a ground wire from amp to car body or frame (be sure to clean off paint if connected to body)
3- connect your remote wire to your fuse box (16 to 22 gauge wire will be fine)
4- connect a line output converter which will allow you to use rca jacks (one side connects to the speaker wire in your car and the other to your rca jacks)
5- finish by connecting your speaker wires and rca jacks
if helpful please rate 4 thumbs up.

Jan 15, 2011 | 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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Mini Fuse in passenger compartment box, F72, rating 15 amps, keeps blowing. The Fuse goes to the Radio head unit, CD player, Jaguar diagnostic connector/OBD2 connector. The Jaguar is a 2002 X type......


i dought the connector is the problem. check cd player same way as you did radio.pull that fuse and check every funcion you can in the car to see if some unlisted on fuse box item is on that circuit. its possible the cig lighter or power outlets are routed through that fuse or aftermarket equipment is improperly installed on that circuitm lighter/power sockets are always going bad and cheap cell phone etc socket adapters are always shorting out and popping fuses.
if you cannot find a bad coponent then look at wireing for insulation rub throughs to the body. look anywere a wire/harness is near an edge that can cause a rub through. bolt/screw heads/seat tracs/any moving exsposed metal object near wires are suspect to.

May 08, 2010 | 2002 Jaguar X-Type

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I have a 1993 chevy lumina that I want to put a Clarion radio in, the original was stolen along with the wiring harness, so I only have bare wires exposed, what parts do I need to purchase?


You can purchase a small package of crimp connectors for the electrical connections. If the wires are exposed, you can connect them using this following list of connections.
These are the CAR's wiring (not the radio unit)
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Brown
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Pink
Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A
Car Audio Front Speakers Size: 4′ x 6′
Car Audio Front Speakers Location: Dash
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Tan
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green
Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: 6′ x 9′
Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue
Look on the owner's instructions for the radio, the wiring diagram should be there. If not you can visit the clarion website with the radio model number to get the color codes for the radio wiring..
Simply crimp each to the correct corresponding wire. You may have a few extra.. the antenna power, or the radio mute.. just cap the ends of these..
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Sep 17, 2009 | 1993 Chevrolet Lumina

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