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If it is not the standard colour scheme then you should just google it..
Blue: Antenna control
White and grey: front left and front right (black striped ones are negative)
Green and purple: rear left and rear right (black striped ones are negative)
RCA plugs are for sub-woofer (either on a cable coming out of the back of the head unit or there will be sockets labeled low out(or similar))
And of course the antenna cable
Most aftermarket cd players have the following wiring diagrams
(+)Yellow...........12v battery (Memory) Constant Hot
(+)Blue.............12v Power antenna
(+)Blue/white.......12v Remote turn on
(+)White............Front left positive
(-)White/black......Front left negative
(+)Grey.............Front right positive
(-)Grey/black.......Front right negative
(+)Green............Rear left positive
(-)Green/black......Rear left negative
(+)Purple...........Rear right positive
(-)Purple/black.....Rear right negative
Here's the color codes for the wires.
Blue/white=remote turn on for amp
Grey=right front (+)
Grey/black=right front (-)
White=left front (+)
White/black=left front (-)
Violet=right rear (+)
Violet/black=right rear (-)
Green=left rear (+)
Green/black=left rear (-)
Red=right rear to amp
White=left rear to amp
And that should be all the wires. Good luck!
yellow to yellow main power wire red to red key wire black to black ground speaker wires are green purple for rear speakers and white and grey for front speakers solid wire color is power and black lines is ground orange is dimmer switch you wont need it blue wire is for power anntenna your car shouldn't have it and blue with white stripe is remote wire if you have an amp it will shut off your amp when hooked up any other wire unnessary for your car some head units need a anntenna adapter to work good luck. remember ground before anything and disconnect the battery so you don't blow the fuse
yellow battery red accessory black ground purple right rear + speaker purple/black right rear - green left rear + green/black left rear - white fr left + white/black fr left - grey fr right + grey/black fr right - blue auto antenna blue/white rem amp brown phone mute orange/white illumination grass green handbrake but if u want to play dvd's whilst u drive connect this to earth
thats the radio here's the diagram for your car 1995 Honda Civic Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/White
Car Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow/Red
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Black
Car Radio Dimmer Wire: N/A
Car Radio Power Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A
Car Radio Amplifier Turn On Trigger Wire: N/A
Front Speakers Size: 6 1/2′
Front Speakers Location: Doors
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Green
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Black
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Red/Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Brown/Black
Rear Speakers Size: 6 1/2′
Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Yellow
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Gray/White
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red/Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Brown/White
Well, sort of. It's part of a typical JVC shelf system. The gray and blue are for the left woofer and the red and black are for the right woofer. It's basically just two small "woofers" in a box. So unless you have a small amplifier that has 2 subwoofer outputs with a built in crossover, they are essentially useless.
1991 Ford Explorer XLT Radio and Speaker Wire Colors
Pulled out the stock radio and found two plugs on the back of it. One plug had 7 wires (Power, Dimmer, Amp etc.) and one had 8 (Speakers).
7 wire plug (I could see these wires immediately from the plug):
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ wire = Light Green w/ Yellow Stripe Car Radio Ground Wire = Black Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ wire = Yellow w/ Black Stripe Car Radio Dimmer Wire = Light Blue w/ Red Stripe Car Radio Illumination Wire = Orange w/ Black Stripe ?? Don't know ?? Red Wire (No power to wire Constant or Accessory) Car Radio Amp Wire = Blue
8 Wire Plug (Wires were wrapped in a grey outer sleeve, had to cut sleeve to get to wires.):
Right Front: White w/ Green Stripe (+) Brown (no stripe) (-)
Right Rear: Purple w/ White Stripe (+) Light Blue (no stripe) (-)
Left Front: Light Green (no stripe) (+) White w/ Orange Stripe (-)
Left Rear: Light Blue w/ Black Stripe (+) Yellow (no stripe) (-)
Speaker Wires (found at the individual speakers in the doors)
Right Front: White w/ Green Stripe (+) Green w/ Orange Stripe (-)
Right Rear: Orange w/ Red Stripe (+) Black w/ White Stripe (-)
Left Front: Orange w/ Green Stripe (+) Blue w/ White Stripe (-)
Left Rear: Red w/ Green Stripe (+) Red w/ Blue Stripe (-)
Hope this helps. I spent hours looking for the correct color key and this one works for my '91 Explorer.
There are 5 wires to connect to the BA-200 for proper operation.
1. Red Wire with Fuse: Connect this wire to a source of + 12 volts which does not turn off with the ignition
key. It may also be connected directly to the po~itive (+) terminal of the battery.
2. Black Wire: Secure this wire using a screw or bolt on a grounded metal surface of the vehicle. Clean-away
any rust, dirt, or paint from the surface to make sure a good connection is made.
3. Blue Wire: This wire activates the BA-200 when the stereo system is turned on. Connect it to the "Power
.Antenna" lead from your car stereo. If your car stereo does not have or you cannot locate the Power
Antenna lead, the blue wire can be connected to a source of + 12 volts which is turned on and off with the
ignition switch. In this case, the BA-200 will be activated whenever the ignition switch is turned on, whether
the car stereo is on or off.
4. Green Wire: Splice this wire to the wire going to the positive (+) terminal (sometimes indicated bya red
dot) of the left speaker of your stereo system.
5. G ray Wire: Splice this wire to the wire going to the positive ( + ) terminal (sometimes indicated bya red dot)
of the right speaker of your stereo system.
You Need to order this piece trough the manufacturer, with out this piece the sub is useless, i am guessing around $20-$30 for it