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I need wiring to install a new radio in my 2001 f-150 acc-battery-ground what are the colors ?

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Abbreviations used :
CJB ( aka Central Junction Box, cab fuse panel )
BJB ( aka Battery Junction Box, Engine Compartment fuse panel )

In the factory connector :

Hot at all times from CJB Fuse #1 is pin #9, light green w/ violet stripe wire
Hot in start from CJB Fuse #20 is pin 3, Red w/ black stripe wire
Hot in Accessory or run from CJB Fuse #8 is pin 10, Black w/ Pink stripe wire.

Grounds in the connector :
pin 2, black
pin 11 black w/ light green stripe
pin 16 black w/ light green stripe.
pin #1 light blue w/ red stripe is the instrument illumination, after the cluster dimmer switch.

I would stay away from using the black w/ light green stripe, I seem to recall those are the shields for the speaker pairs.

Bit late on the reply, just caught this one. If you don't have it don't, good luck

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