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The black stripes are typically the negative wires for each speaker. So your blue will go to one positive speaker output from the receiver, and the blue/black to the speakers negative.
If you want to check them manually, so that you know which speaker should connect to which wire, use the front to back fader, and left to right fader on the kenwood.
Remove the keys from the ignition, and ensure the radio is off.
Tape up all eight speaker wires coming out of the headunit with electrical tape to nothing at all.
Remove the tape from one pair of corresponding colors, and connect it to any single pair of wires that run to the speakers. Tape them separately with electrical tape.
Turn it back on, and set the fader all the way to the front and left. Listen to what speaker it's coming out of. You now know two things. Which color from the deck is the front left, and which speaker wires in the dash goto the speaker making sound.
Turn everything off, and rinse and repeat.
Even easier is to go to a sound shop where they sell harness, or buy one online. Then you just connect per the instructions and you're done. Don't forget to make good strong connections, and tape up everything well.
Harnesses are made for many vehicles. The harness you bought may fit another year model where the brown wire might be used. If you are not using this wire, just tape it up and secure it. It will be fine as long as everything is working on the stereo you have installed. good Luck.
use a 9volt battery and grab only speaker wires only and touch them to the 9vt battery this will tell witch speaker is witch. for mor help please call 419 689 1114 for futher assistance i will be more then happy to help you
it would be easier to remove the harness from the car and wire direct red and yellow from headunit to car live, black to earth,4 coloured pairs (eg purple/purple and white, blue/blue and white) will be speaker wires single blue is your remote wire (not needed unless adding an amp) hope this helps
to install this unit in your car........as a beginner i would strongly recommend buying a aftermarket radio harness (this harness will attach to the wire plug in your factory deck simply unhook the factory player and attach this harness to the plug you just pulled out of the factory unit) once this harness is installed on the factory plug it will be a simple colour match (just attach wires to pioneer wires IE. red - red, white - white........once all the wires are attached install in dash recommend buying a mounting unit for this net part it will hold the deck in place in your dash...........after that is done install your pioneer unit push it in place apply power by turning car on..........pioneer deck should turn on and work if it does not turn right on look for a source button on the pioneer unit and hold it down till the unit turns on
hope i was able to help
Colour codeStandard wire colours for flexible cable Such as Extension cords, power (line) cords and lamp cords
World Region, country or other entity(ies)
EU, Australia & South Africa (IEC 60446)
green & yellow
Australia & New Zealand (AS/NZS 3000:2000 3.8.1)
United States and Canada
Standard wire colours for fixed cable (In or behind the wall wiring cables)
EU (IEC 60446) including UK from 31 March 2004
green & yellow
Australia and South Africa
green & yellow (core is usually bare and should be sleeved at terminations)
United States and Canada
black, red, blue(brass)
green (green) or bare copper wire
Note: the colours in this table represent the most common and preferred standard colours for single phase wiring however others may be in use, especially in older installations.
In the caravan are 2 types of Radio.
1. Normal sound system.
1 Premium sound system.
Note: If you don't want to cut the original wires,
You can buy a harness connector to install the aftermarket Radio. The connector are made by aplication, and are plug in.
The colour of the connector are the same colour with the Aftermarket Radio. Just you need to soldering or just put joint connectors.
Normal: colour of wires.
Pink = Battery voltage.
Red/withe = Ingnition Voltage.
Brown/red and Dark green. = Left front speaker.
Dark bku/red and Voilet = right front speaker.
Brown light blue and brown/yellow. = left rear speaker.
Dark blue/orange and dark blue white = right rear speaker.
Ground is a single wire behind the radio.
If you have a premium sound. You need to use the front speaker out to connect the speaker on the door and the speaker on the dash. To complete the 6 speaker.