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Harness problem the harness has no red wire what should i do??

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The color of the wire is red. Instead of getting a harness can I just connect it to a red wire under the dash. But there is two red wires under it


no you cant just hook it to a red wire because its red. what are you hooking up? im assumeing a stero, you can however hook up it without a "harness" but you need to know what you are hooking up. since its red its most likely a power wire on your stero but not always the case on the vehicle. also some wires are switched power or "remote" power meaning when the key is turned off they are not electricfied or "hot" and some are constant meaning they ar always hot. give more details and i can help more.

Oct 31, 2014 | Car Audio & Video

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Will not turn on


depending on who did the install . if it was a shop take it back should have a warranty. If he owner who posted the question install clarion radio here are some ideas that need to be checked out to determine what is the problem...

1. did the installer fry the radio during install
2. you must have a good ground and (12.0 volts to 13.5 volts on the red ignition switched wire only when the ignition is on or cars running) and (12.0 volts to 13.5 volt on the yellow wire which is constant power wire at all times.. even when the cars not running this is what keep all the station save and clock working with correct time)


A. buy a digital volt meter
then remove radio from dash and check the for power with out damaging any harness or wires.

what you are going to do now is unplug the wire harness from the back of the radio to use this to check for power and grounds that will make the radio work...

1. turn on the car or truck set your voltmeter to dc voltage take the wire harness for the radio and find the black wire going into it and then (take the black test lead from the volt meter and slide it into the spot on the back of the wire harness where the black wire is make sure the metal tip of the test lead is all the way in and it is making contact to the metal pin to get a reading) the black wire at harness is the ground wire

take the red test lead from the meter and do the same thing but this time your going to find the red wire on the harness . which the red wire is the ignition switched wire which is controled by the cars ignition switch

once these to test leads are touching both the red and the black you should get a reading on the meter like 12.0 volts to 13.5 volts
remember what your reading is cause at this point you need to check one other power wire to determine that problem here .
now turn off cars ignition.

There is a yellow wire that is call constant power in the radio harness turn off the car at this point and move the red test lead to the yellow wire on the radio harness. now look at the volt meter to see if you are getting a reading like 12.0 volts to 13.5 volts

if nothing here either here are some things to check


1 ignition is not in proper postion to power up radio harness
2 test lead from volt meter not making contact to metal pins on wires in the harness ( must touch metal pin not the casing of the wire to get a reading)
3. blown radio fuse in the fuse panel of car or truck or suv
4. no ground for radio ..(with out a ground radio power circuit is not complete)

how to check to see if radio ground is good
A. find a pice of metal in the car that is attached to the frame of the car sometimes you might find that there is something behind the radio or the antenna casing will work because the way the antenna grounded.
B. now retest the red (ignition switched wire ) and the yellow (constant power wire) again using the new ground location take the black test lead and touch what you think is another good ground.. now take the red test lead and touch it to the yellow wire on the radio harness make sure it far enough up into the back of the harness to make contact with the metal pin at end of wire with out damaging anything.
C if you have found a good ground you get a reading,,, just like i told you before..12 volts to13.5 volts this mean getting power

D. now check the red (ignition switched wire again ) using the new ground location . don't for get this time you must turn on the ignition switch to power up this wire and when done turn off ignition switch.

if you find that you have power now by using the new grounding location change the radio harness ground wire to this location..

if you still have no power check all fuses in the car one of them may be blown ..

if you feel after reading this that you don't think you can do this simple task look for a mecp certified installer in your area to to this for you ...

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I need the wireing diagram to find out what wires go with what wires in the vehicle.


As long as you haven't cut the wires in the dash of the vehicle, all you need to do is purchase the appropriate wiring harness for the model of car you are installing into. That harness will match perfectly to the Clarion's harness (i.e; red to red, purple to purple, etc..). If you HAVE cut the vehicles wiring, it's a LOT more work. What kind of vehicle are you installing into?

Jun 28, 2011 | Clarion XMD1-RET CD Player

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Im trying to install an after market radio(pioneer) in my 83 impala. i know i hooked up speakers correctly. But i have a yellow black and grey wire on car wires and yellow black and red on harness. I know...


Constant 12V+ Orange Switched 12V+ Yellow Ground Black Illumination Gray Here you go. This is listed for an 85 to 89 Impala, but should still hold true.

May 30, 2011 | Pioneer Car Audio & Video

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Where do you connect the memory wire on a jvc kd g110 car stero.....what color is the memory wire ?? what does hook red wire to acc fuse mean??? what wire does the red wire on the radio connect to on...


The yellow wire is most likely the memory wire as it needs to be connected to a constant 12 volt source.

"Hook red wire to to acc fuse" means you need to hook into the fuse block under an Accessory Fuse. (ie: something that can't be turned on unless the car is running or the key is in the "Accessory" position)

The red wire is explained above. It does not connect to the harness.

Just remember that the yellow wire needs to be hooked to a constant 12 volts and the red needs to be hooked to a circuit that is only active when the car is running or switched to the "ACC" position.

Mar 02, 2011 | JVC KD-G110 CD Player

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I need to know the wiring dia


all your wiring is color coated. if you have your harness from the the new reciever and you have purchased an adaptor harness which plugs into the vehicles existing harness enableling you to wire every thing as it is color coated you have red wire a yellow wire a black wire. your red and yellow are power and your black is your ground wire .your red should be be your acc or ignition wire which gives you power to the unit when the ignition is on should tie directly to the red wire on your adaptor harness, the yellow is your constant 12 volts which is for memory and keep your presest along with your time and features such as that it will tie with the yellow on the harness as well then the black is your ground the unit and will tie with the black wire on the harness. that takes care with powering the unit next you have a set of wires that you will be using to tie your sound to they are color coated as well and will tie to the new harness your front left and front right channels are white/white and black and usually gray/w a gray and white for the right channel thats your front. your rear is green/w green and purple and purple/w purple and white stripe for the rear speakers i hope that helps you out a bit

Oct 28, 2009 | Pioneer DEH-P2900MP CD Receiver...

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What color is what when installing a car stereo in a 91 Grand Marquis?


you can go to your nearst car audio shop and buy a harness that will plug into your factory plug, which will allow you to wire directly into it with your aftermarket radio harness which is color coded to match. the reason i recommend this is b/c some of the marquis are factory amplified. although i have included some wiring info for your car, be sure to test all wires with a digital meter first.
Battery BLUE/YELLOW (+) RADIO HARNESS Accesory GRAY (+) RADIO HARNESS Ground BROWN (-) RADIO HARNESS Illumination GREEN (+) RADIO HARNESS Power Antenna BLACK/RED (+) RADIO HARNESS LF Speaker (+) PINK LF Speaker (-) VIOLET RF Speaker (+) LIGHT GREEN RF Speaker (-) BLUE LR Speaker (+) BLACK LR Speaker (-) YELLOW RR Speaker (+) RED RR Speaker (-) WHITE

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I cant get power is my harness missing wires?


Yes, your red wire is for ignition, yellow wire is for battery and black is ground. The red ignition wire is for the radio to turn off and on with the ignition. The yellow is always hot, for memory.

Dec 29, 2008 | Pioneer DEH-P2900MP CD Receiver...

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Red wire


your red wire is probably your ignition 12V, check on your harness if you you have a permanent 12V ( + Batt), if you didn't have a permanent 12V you have to connect your red wire to a permanent 12V or directly on your positive battery
hope this helps
sserpentio

May 21, 2008 | Car Audio & Video

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