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Wiring diagram i am wiring my alpine car stereo back to my old car , unfortunately i dont know were to connect the wires , the labels on the wires somehow got cut when i kept it in storage , need help figuring were the red , yellow , black , blue and blu/white wire connects to the car

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Re: wiring diagram

Red: voltage source controlled by the ignition key Yellow: constant voltage source Black: ground Blue: power antenna activation wire (if equipped) Blue/white: amplifier activation wire (if equipped)

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I have a alpine CDE 134EBT bluetooth unit and unfortunately i changed da radio from one car to another and now i cant connect the bluetooth with anything...i have tried it on a different number of phones...

If you have a knowledgeable Alpine dealer in you area, stop by and ask them for help. I will assume you have connected ALL the wiring and have done it according to the wiring diagram supplied by Alpine. If not, get a wiring diagram and double check your connections...I used to install these, and problems like this were usually my fault!

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I need a wiring harness for an old model Alpine TDA-7547

You can get one from or any decent car audio store. The part number is AL16-0001.

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I have no harness for vehical was told the reason I have no sound is becuase the pink and black wire labeled Audio interrupt lead were does this connect 2

The install diagram indicates the Audio Interrupt wire goes to a Vehicle Phone. If you don't have one, don;t connect it to anything andmake sure you put tape over the end so it doesn't touch ground or a power source.

In cases where I don't have or cannot get a wiring harness adapter to plug directly into my vehicle wiring harness I have a trick I like to use. I don't like to cut and remove a vehicle harness socket, I may want to keep the aftermarket stereo when I sell or trade and put the original stereo back in place. Instead of removing the socket I skin back (but do not cut) the wires I need to tap into and wrap the aftermarket unit's wires around the now exposed socket wiring, then solder each one & wrap each one individually with electrical tape. This gives you a secure connection and when and if you need to permanently remove the aftermarket unit you just untape the wires, clip the fatermarket wires off one at a time very close to where they are tapped in, tape each one of them again and there you have the factory plug ready to plug back into the factory stereo.

Aug 20, 2011 | Alpine CDA-7892 CD Player

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Am wiring my alpine car stereo back to my old car , unfortunately i dont know were to connect the wires , the labels on the wires somehow got cut when i kept it in storage , need help figuring were the red...

First thing you will need to do is to buy a wire adapter for your specific make & year of car. This interfaces the stock wiring plug allowing you to connect the wires from the headunit to the wires of the plug.

Here is a color coding explanation for the wires on your Alpine Deck:

P o w e r Memory (+12v Constant) Yellow Ignition (+12v Switched) Red Ground (-) Black Dimmer Pink/White (Alpine only) Power Antenna Blue Amplifier Turn-on Blue/White Phone Mute Light Blue (Sony only) S p e a k e r s Right Front (+) Gray Right Front (-) Gray/Black Left Front (+) White Left Front (-) White/Black Right Rear (+) Violet Right Rear (-) Violet/Black Left Rear (+) Green Left Rear (-) Green/Black

Mar 17, 2011 | Alpine TDA-7563 Cassette Player

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I dont no how to connect wiring for alpine stereo model tda 7548e

Theres a standard amongst most stereos, so if these colors apply, then you will be right,
Red is Ignition power
orange is direct power
Black is earth
blue is for phone
White is for electric arial
then there will be four coloured wires with matching color trace wires, these are the speaker wires.
Hope this gets you going, good luck.

Jun 01, 2010 | Alpine TDA-7547

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My stereo wont turn on i dont know what the

hook up the ground and twist the red and yellow together and hook that up to a wire off the battery then try and see if the head unit comes on quick way to check and see if the deck will come on works for me. hope this helps,

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AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO: installed an alpine stereo in my mustang and every...

That's because the memory wire has not been connected to a permanent live supply.

There will be an ignition switched 12v supply and a memory wire. The first is yellow on many brands and the second is red, but you need to refer to your fitting manual to check or look directly at the wiring harness as the wires are often individually labelled.

Since they both take 12v some folks mistakenly think that they can just be piggy-backed to each other and feed from the same supply. They can, but only if it's to a permanent live feed but that then leaves the risk of the unit being left switched on when the car is parked and draining the battery.


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I've got a 1988 Dodge Ram and I know nothing about Car Stereos

go down to a electronics shop (future shop or best buy) and they will have a connector that will fit the original plug. Some splicing will be required but its all color coded with the deck
hope this helps

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