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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Speaker replacement
They still follow the GM standard:
RF+ light green
RF- dark green
RR+ dark blue
RR- light blue
Note that if you're looking for them behind the radio, some of the same colors may be used on other wires. The speaker wires should be placed side-by-side for each speaker.
Also, if you're replacing the factory radio, I highly recommend buying a wire harness adapter instead of cutting off the factory plug.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
SOURCE: stereo removal
you will need to unscrew your dash and pull off the front plate of your dash, then you will need to unscrew the stock radio, then you will need to go ahead and pull out the adapter from the back of your radio. Next you will need to attach your adapter harness to your car harness and splice the color coded wires to the harness on your new cd player.After that, you will need to plug your antenna back into your new cd player, Note that some cd players will require an adapter, these can be found at circuit city or at your local car dealerships.-Shocker
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Did you use a special wire harness? GM connected some computer system wiring with the stereo system, so if you replace this, there will be no chime when you open your door with the headlights on or keys in the ignition...and some other warning stuff. This special harness can be bought, but it is expensive (around 80-150$). Go to electronics store and ask for one. Anyways, hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: codes for a g6 radio.
radios are coded to prevent theft. if its stolen it won't work in another vehicle without the code. sometimes the owners manual is helpfull otherwise the pontiac dealer should be able to help
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
those can be tricky to solve. get in the back of the car and look for a connector on the window. some times for some reason they let go. if it has let go then visit you auto store and ask for a fix there are a few products that are cheap. if it has not let go then if you know how to use a multi meter check for voltage on the connector/s if theres voltage then there is a break in the defroster somwhere
Posted on May 04, 2009
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