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Yellow: battery power Red: switched power Black: ground White: left front speaker Gray: right front speaker Green: left rear speaker Violet: right rear speaker
blue:amp remote on
should be somthing like this, if you get an adapter from walmart or sonicelectronix it should just be a color code matchup for your vehicle.
Pioneer follows the universal after-market color code, so if your CD player was made in the last ten years or so, the wires should go like this:
Yellow: Constant +12VDC (memory)
Red: key-switched +12VDC (accessory)
Blue/white: amp remote or power antenna output
Speaker wires: The solid-color wire of each pair is positive; the black-striped wire is negative.
Left front: white
Right front: gray
Left rear: green
Right rear: violet
Positvie is red, ground is black, and or black with a white stripe. the yellow wire is also a positive wire, it is the memory wire which should be hooked to something that will always be hot, even when the key is completely off. If you have a power antenna, that is controlled by the blue wire
the difference between constant and switched 12V is the constant is usually for the clock and memory. it draws precious little current. the switched would be for the radio and amp once the car is turned on. You can use tape but either a wire nut (not the pink ones) or a crimp on cap would be better than using tape.
Go over the steps in this link. You can account for each wire needed and you can see where the blue wire goes. In most of the stereo's I have installed the blue wire is either memory wire or ground wire.
I have one right in front of me and can tell you what color each wire is, from top left of plastic wiring port. Black/ green ? Grey/black ? Blue Power Antennae Black Ground Black/white ? Green/black ? Red/green ? Left Lower row Gray/red ? Red Accessory/Ppwer Orange Battery Memory power Green ?
Yellow: battery power
Red: switched power
White: left front speaker
Gray: right front speaker
Green: left rear speaker
Violet: right rear speaker
Wires with stripes are the negative speaker leads.