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Wiring information is as follows:Yellow = +12V ConstantRed = +12V AccessoryBlack = Ground (Chassis)Blue/white stripe = Remote amp turn-on/Power antennaWhite = Left Front +White/black stripe = Left Front -Gray = Right Front +Gray/black stripe = Right Front -Green = Left Rear +green/black stripe = Left Rear -Violet = Right Rear +Violet/black stripe = Right Rear - Here is a link to a website that has a PDF document for the Pioneer Owner's Manual: http://www.manualowl.com/m/Pioneer/DEH-2100IB/Manual/56355
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If you are looking to connect this radio at home, you will first need some kind of 12V DC power supply with an operating range anywhere between 9-16V. You can purchase these online or at most electronics retailers (Radio Shack, Fry's Electronics, etc.). Simply connect the constant memory power wire (yellow) and switched accessory power wire (red) from the Pioneer's wiring harness to the "+" terminal on the power supply and the ground (black) wire of the Pioneer to the "-" terminal on the power supply. Make sure to have at least one speaker connected to the speaker output leads of the Pioneer for sound. The speaker connections are as follows: Front Left + (white) FL - (white/black stripe), F Right + (gray) FR - (gray/black), Rear L + (green) RL - (green/black) RR + (violet) RR - (violet/black). And that's it! Sound at home with your Pioneer radio! I hope this information was helpful.
Red - Power - Connect to Acc on ignition or battery positive. Connected to Battery the unit will not power down when the ignition is switched off Yellow - Memory back-up. Connect to battery positive Black - Connect to vehicle earth or battery negative Blue/white - Used to power up remote power amplifier or power antenna. Do not draw more than 300mA at 12V from this line White + White/black - Front left channel Grey + Grey/Black - Front right channel Green + Green/black - Rear left channel Violet + Violet/Black - Rear right channel Use the wire with the black line in it for negative on any channel. Do not earth any speaker wires. RCA output jacks are used to send the output from the unit to an amplifier if you have one and cannot be used to power a speaker.
Hook 1 speaker to the white (+) and white/black (-) wires and the 2nd speaker to the gray (+) and gray/black(-) wires.
The green and the purple wires are the other speaker wires dont use them cut them so they are connected to anything and tape them with black electric tape so they wont short out and touch the chassis of the car by accident. Also dont let them touch each other too thats why you have to tape the exposed wires and insulate them. Many people forget to do that.
With the accessory power on, turn the system off. Push and hold the audio button. The hour digits will start flashing. Use the up and down keys to select the correct hour. Use the left and right keys to toggle between the hour and minute selection.