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Most radios have universal wires for the most part.Yellow is 12volt constant power,red is switched power(accessory)black is ground. the 2 gray wires are right front speaker(black stripe is always negitive) the 2 white are left front purple is right rear green is left rear orange/white is illumination
You are going to need the DIN plugs for the unit, on the back there are two imput jacks. The left jack is for the imput from your head unit, as far as I know, there is no other way for the EQ to accept imput except for the jack. The right one is for a digital time delay unit (rare). Coming out of the unit there are two output jacks, one is line out front, the other is line out rear. With these, there are also your power, ground, remote power, and speaker out puts. Good luck. I had one of these back in the 80's.
to have them work you have to connect the yellow wire to constant 12 volt power,and the red to blue and white wire coming from the radio if you dont have a blue remote wire on the radio connect it to the accessory of the car wire that power the radio
A user at the site listed below was gracious enough to have scanned and posted it in .pdf form on his server. The link will take you there but his server is not available until after noon EST each day. I cut and pasted the post from another forum.
Posted on Monday, January 02, 2006 - 02:41 pm:
Here is a link to a website where someone I sent a copy of the manual to was gracious enough to post it: