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According to any wiring diagrams I have looked at for the radio in your vehicle (both the premium and base systems), the only wire that I see that could get pretty much anyone confused unless they know is a dimmer wire coming from your headlamp switch. The only reason I cannot be 100 percent sure is because according to the wiring diagrams it is a black and yellow wire but I don't see any other wire with yellow that could cause a question. To be sure you can always check at the connector on the headlamp switch and check for continuity but if I were a betting man I would put my money on this. I went on and gave you the wiring diagram for the base system (without an amp). Not sure how well you can see anything due to a size limit on pictures but I hope I was able to help.
im bit confused, if you are going to use this radio in car, or outside, using car battery.....? anyway, this how you hookup all the wires..
+YELOW WIRE,- DIRECT FROM BATTERY TERMNIAL..12+
+RED- MAIN WIRE..CONNECTED TO ACC/IGNITION SWITCH, ALSO 12V+
-BLACK- NEGTIVE, GROUNDING WIRE 12V-
WHITE TO WHITE/BLK----SPEAKER
GREY TO GREY-----SPEAKER
PURPLE TO PURPLE------SPEAKER
if you are using outside the car using car battery, then you can twist yellow and red togather..for postive 12v+
not sure about yours but most common colours are as follows
red -Acc power yellow -12 memory power black -ground blue -amplifier remote blue/white -power antenna SPEAKERS white left front + white/black left front - grey right front + grey/black right front - green left rear + green/black left rear purple right rear + purple/black right rear -
Noooo, lol they should all have a seperate location, look at a wiring diagram from your factory speaker harness, or buy an adapter from scosche or something (available at wal-mart for like 7 bucks) to standardize them. And your speaker wire should not be hooked up to the ground EVER.
Black - Ground Red - 12V Yellow - Battery
The red and yellow may OCCASIONALLY be required to be at the same place, but i've only had to do this with a vehicle from the 60's.
blue and white wire on a pioneer is usually the power antenna wire, most people use it as the lead for power to turn on the amp that is installed, the amp should be hooked up to the RCA jacks on the back of the player to the input RCA jacks on the amp. then the outputs vary, some amps are bridgable which means that you can hook up one speaker to both output speakers this will almost double the watts to the speakers. you must know which side would be positive and which side negative to set it up like this. also important is it a two or four channel amp. this all matters. if you can provide more info I can assure you the best hookup possible for premium sound.