You Really only Have * RED....POWER + 12 VOLTS USE VOLT METER OR 12 VOLT TEST SHOULD ONLY HAVE POWER WHEN THE KEY IS TURNED ON.
* YELLOW......ALWAYS HAS +12 VOLTS *BLACK........GROUNDS * THE SPEAKER WIRES WILL WILL HAVE 2 WIRES OF THE SAME COLOR (EXAMPLE) GREEN AND THE OTHER WILL BE GREEN WITH BLACK LINE ON IT .YOU WILL HAVE 4 SETS OF THESE .IF THIS IS TO MUCH FOR YOU.. PICK UP THE REPAIR BOOK FOR THAT CAR IT WILL HAVE THE CONN.PIN OUTS. GOOD LUCK.
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If you are planning to install your radio, I recommend you purchase a wiring harness specific for your vehicle. All aftermarket radios are standardized in wiring colors. The harness will have the diagram to hook your radio to the harness. The problem with hardwiring a radio is the wiring colors don't match, and hooking it up wrong could fry your entire electrical system. You can find a harness at www.crutchfield.com Hope this helps.
That being said if I can make a suggestion. I have hooked up hundreds of car stereos in my life. When I pull a factory radio I don't use the same wires that powered that factory stereo to power the after market stereos, DVD players etc. I go into the dash and find suitable wires a little thicker gauge to handle to often more powerful output of the aftermarket stereos.
Radio 12Vorange Radio Ground black Radio Ignition pink Radio Illumination blue/blackFactory Amp Turn-on orange/black Power Antenna green Left Front Speaker (+/-)red - blue Right Front Speaker (+/-) white - brown Left Rear Speaker (+/-) orange - blue Right Rear Speaker (+/-) orange - green
if its a" flat cord" what-ever color jacketed 3 wire cord, the 2 outside wires are your 2 hot power wires they go to L1 and L2 on your dryer,the center is the N neutral wire and goes to the N terminal,usually the L1 and L2 are a gauge larger than the neutral: HINT: the center is normally neutral on both the cord and machines terminal board in the back of the dryer,there usually is a diagram on the dryer on how to install the input power at the place you hook up power
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 (-)