Question about Pioneer DEH-1100 CD Player
Dont connect wires together randomly or you WILL damage the head unit. You need to get a multimeter. It will show you which wires have voltage and which wires are connected to speakers. I've found that old Pioneers have the same colour codes as new ones. So:- Black Chassis and negative. Red ACCessory switch (key) Yellow Constant 12v Orange Lighting Blue/white Auto antenna relay White Front left + White/black Front left - Gray Front right+ Gray/black Front right- Green Rear left + Green/black Rear left - Violet Rear right + Violet/black Rear right -
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
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