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the red is your constant voltage, the the yellow is your accessory voltage(used when you turn key this holds the memory in the deck. the black is the ground the blue and green are the speaker. the white is the ground for speakers as is the small black wire.. please rat this...thanks
Audio/Mobile Video WIRE COLOR POLARITY LOCATION Battery RED/BLUE (+) RADIO HARNESS Accesory RED/WHITE (+) RADIO HARNESS Ground N/A Illumination BLACK/YELLOW (+) RADIO HARNESS Dimmer ORANGE (+) RADIO HARNESS Amp Turn On DARK GREEN/RED (+) RADIO HARNESS LF Speaker (+) DARK GREEN LF Speaker (-) BROWN/RED RF Speaker (+) BROWN/YELLOW RF Speaker (-) BROWN/LIGHT BLUE LR Speaker (+) WHITE LR Speaker (-) DARK BLUE/RED RR Speaker (+) BROWN/WHITE RR Speaker (-) BROWN/ORANGE Amp Location PASS KICK PANEL Steering Cntrls NO Speed Cntrl NO Radio Security YES
scottmar7- You need the wiring diagram for your panasonic deck,the diagram is as follows.
red- 12volt key switched
white-left front positive
white with black stripe-left front negative
grey- right front positive
grey w/black stripe-right front negative
green-rear left positive
green w/black stripe-rear left negative
purple-right rear positive
purple w/black stripe-right rear negative
blue- remote turn on- for amplifier
These are all the wires you should need,to hook up you deck.
If you need anything else let me know,I can help you,happy listening. cooltek mar,14/08
zeus_s007- This is a pretty technical,request so i hope you understand my instructions. I hope the harness plug is present,this makes it easier.First of all i'll give you the wire colors,there are a couple the same color and we will start there.
tan-left front speaker-positive
gray-left front speaker-negative
light green-right front speaker-pos.
dark green-right front sreaker-neg.
brown-left rear speaker-pos.
yellow-left rear speaker-neg.
dark blue-right rear speaker-pos.
light blue-right rear speaker-neg.
yellow- 12volt key switched-may be bigger than yellow speaker wire-we can check the wires,will explain later.
gray - dash dimmer
You don't need the last 2 mentioned,any others left over not needed.
The safest way to check the 2 brown,grey,and yellow is to use a AA battery, as a speaker tester.You take the colored wires for the speakers and touch the AA battery to them. For example you know the 2blue ones are right rear wires-so take the AA battery and touch one blue to the one end of the AA battery and the other end to the other blue wire, you will hear static on that speaker.This will let you know the 2 proper wires for the speaker,no static -wrong wire.you only have to do this for the grey,brown,and yellow wires.Well I hope I don't confuse you,if your not sure,let me know.Good luck, happy wiring.
tdohnke-So you need a wiring diagram,well lets see what we got
red-accessory-12volt key switched
white-left front speaker-positive
white with black stripe-left front speaker negative
grey-right front speaker-pos.-
grey w/black stripe-right front-neg.
green w/black stripe-left rear-neg
purple w/black stripe-right rear-neg.
blue- remote turn on
orange w/white stripe-dimmer-optional
Try out this diagram,they are pretty much all the same now,if I missed any let me know. cooltek Mar,4/08