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I need to know the radio wiring harness configuration so that i can connect it to a new head unit without searching all over for a wiring harness connector.

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Im installing an aftermarket stereo in my 2002 Grand Am.. I bought an expensive harness and its not working.. I have the radio working, but the ignition wire from the radio is hooked up to battery...


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To resolve connect the 12 volt power supply from the head unit to a switched circut at the fuse block and this will resolve your problem.

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Constant 12V ..................................................Orange Switched 12V ................................................. Yellow Ground Black Illumination.....................................................Gray Dimmer............................................................Brown Front Speakers 6 1/2" Doors Left Front ( ).......................................................Tan Left Front (-)........................................................Gray Right Front ( )......................................................Light Green Right Front (-).......................................................Dark Green Rear Speakers 6 1/2" Rear Doors Left Rear ( )...........................................................Brown Left Rear (-)............................................................Yellow Right Rear ( )..........................................................Dark Blue Right Rear (-)...........................................................Light Blue
First of all, the Bose amplifier needs to be activated when the after-market head unit is turned on. This is done by connecting a activation wire (often called a "remote" wire) in the factory radio plug. Usually this is a dark green or orange wire in the main radio plug, but in Onstar-equipped vehicles, the remote wire may be pink or orange in the smaller, secondary plug. In either case, the wire must be connected to the blue/white remote output from your new head unit, in order for the Bose amplifier to turn on.

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How to remove 2001 hyndai sonata audio system


Instructions
Things You'll Need:
  • Screwdrivers
  • Wiring harness adaptor
  • Hyundai radio adaptor kit
  1. Open the coin holder and remove the two screws at the front. Pry the trim from around the gearshift lever and unhook the power wire to the cigarette lighter.
  2. Locate and remove the two screws from the bottom of the radio trim panel. Look for the screws, attached to a rod, below the glove box. Unhook the cable from the rod and pull the rod free.
  3. Place the shifter into "D" and slide the radio trim panel away from the dash. Locate the four screws at the front and sides of the stereo and remove them.
  4. Pull the stereo out of the Hyundai Sonata dash and disconnect the wires from the back of the unit. Connect the wiring harness adaptor to the original harness.
  5. Slide the new head unit into the Hyundai radio adaptor kit. Attach the wiring harness adaptor and antenna wire to the back of the new head unit and push the entire assembly into the dash.
  6. Secure the stereo in place with the four front and side screws and turn it on. Verify all of the speakers and features are working. Reattach the radio trim panel, insert the rod back into cable assembly and secure the trim around the gear shift.

In here you can find tips about remove radio...
- Hyundai Car Stereo removal
- Stereo Removal Hyundai (buy)

I really hope help you with this (remember rated this help). Good luck.

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Very simple. DIN size head units fit without any adapters (assuming your car has the DIN size factory radio with pocket underneath {I have '93 Paseo and this was the setup of mine, though Crutchfield.com shows option of factory stereo with pocket and without [guessing there was a double DIN size option]}). All you need is a wiring harness. I've seen these anywhere from $5 - $20. This will connect to the wires on the harness for your new radio, then instead of cutting any of the factory wiring, you simply plug the factory harness into this new socket.

The trim ring around the radio/climate control/ashtray area is held in with clips. It just pops out (may have to use a thin screw driver to get your fingers under one of the edges to start). Four screws hold the metal frame where the head unit, climate control, and ashtray are. Take those out and pull the metal frame out a bit, then disconnect the wires of the climate control, power lead to lighter, and stereo harness and antenna. Two screws per side hold the stereo in to the metal frame. Take those out, slide out the factory radio and put in your new head unit (You will not use the metal cage or any other mounting brackets the head unit may come with). The holes on the metal frame should line up with mounting holes on the side of your new radio.

Not to endorse one vendor over another, but Crutchfield.com supplies instruction sheets and any needed install accessories free with purchase of new head unit. Their prices are often slightly higher than you can find elsewhere (comparable to retail stores, usually more than online stores), but you get the wiring harness and instruction sheets for your vehicle. At the very least, you can use their site to see what fits your vehicle (Note: Many other stores do this as well.)

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