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Connect black to earth or battery negative. Connect red to battery positive or the acc lead from your ignition switch. If connected to acc the unit will power down when the vehicle is switched off. If connected to battery positive it will remain on irrespective of ignition switch position. Connect yellow to battery positive for memory power. The moment this lead loses power all the settings/memory on the unit will be lost. Leave a comment if you require further assistance
yellow to yellow main power wire red to red key wire black to black ground speaker wires are green purple for rear speakers and white and grey for front speakers solid wire color is power and black lines is ground orange is dimmer switch you wont need it blue wire is for power anntenna your car shouldn't have it and blue with white stripe is remote wire if you have an amp it will shut off your amp when hooked up any other wire unnessary for your car some head units need a anntenna adapter to work good luck. remember ground before anything and disconnect the battery so you don't blow the fuse
hey, i just found one of these in my garage and im trying to connect mine too.. I found out what the wires do...
black(ground) - any metal part of the car red (remote) - to a wire that gives 12v+ when ignition is on. Yello (power) - 12v+ source, just connect this wire straight from + on the battery. Read this manual for more info....
Red = 12v power Always
Black = Ground Allways
Blue = memory wire that has to run to a Amplifiers Memory Terminal
2x White, seems to be the dimmer and Ant, but im unsure as of these two,
Rca's will go into the AUDIO out of the cd player RED and White holes, that will go to your amplifier.
Im unsure if your talking about a Cd player here, but it seems this it is. If so you should have color coded wires for speakers also (ex- green, green with white stripe, Yellow, yellow with white stripe )
Please provide more information if this dosent solve your problem
Red- Constant Power -
Yellow - Ignition power - 12v
Black - Ground
Blue - Ant & memory
Orange - Dimmer
All the wires that have 2 of the same color are speaker wires
ex - green, and green with stripe. The one with a stripe is the Negitive
In most cases the red and yellow need to be together to get the cd player to start if you dont have 2 hook ups for both constant and ignition powers.
The black ground can go to any bolt that is screwed into a metal grounded object. The blue and orange are not needed unless you have a harness that supports the dimmer and memory feature.
If you cd player works with this but wont keep settings or time, hook up the blue to the power so it can constantly save your settings.
All the speaker wires a total of 4 diffrent sets of 2 can go anywhere as long as you dont want to fade or bal your speakers if so you need to test them by hooking up 1 speaker at a time to find out where it leads to. GOOD LUCK
Constant 12 volt is yellow,switched 12volt is red. Mix these two up and you'll lose your presets everytime you turn your car off. Ground is black. Sony uses gray,green,white, and I think purple for the speaker wires. You'll have green and green with a stripe going to one speaker and so on. Check out Sony.com, you can print off wiring diagrams that are model specific...