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Check the in line cylinder fuse for the radio, cause they blow easy. Also, check the radio fuse under the dash or wherever your fuse box is located. Make sure you solder the connections for a good contact, cause just wrapping electrical tape around the wires will cause you problems down the road when you go over bumps.
Here's a link to download the manual for your radio just copy and paste it in to your web browser and download the PDF file. You will need the reader to view it. If you don't have the reader you can download it for free at www.adobe.com
My suggestion would be to buy a wiring harness and a dash mounting kit. After that unscrew or pull out the console/dash part thats around your factory deck. Then unscrew the bolts/screws holding the factory one in place. Remove it. Plug the wiring harness into the factory wire plug. Pull harness wires through the mounting kit. Attach the corresponding colored wires from the harness to your new deck. Slide your deck into the mounting kit and secure it in place. Most decks have little prongs that you can pry up to **** up against the mounting kit so it wont slide out without pushing those down (makes it more secure and harder to steal). Place deck with mounting kit into area factory deck was. Put the screws/bolts back into place tightly. Place console/dash part back on. You will need the mounting kit (99% of new decks are smaller than the factory). Wiring harness is optional but recommended.
You should not need a diagram to install your radio...go here to see the proper harness you need and then you can get it at an electronics store or from that site. You might also want to get an antenna extension adapter cable as well. Good Luck.
i can get a general wiring diagram for now need to look into it sum more
Typical Head Unit Wire Harness
FunctionTypical Wire Colors
Memory / Constant 12V(+)
Switch / AccessoryRedGroundBlack
Antenna RemoteBlueAmp RemoteBlue/White
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
Left Rear (+)GreenLeft Rear (-)Green/BlackRight Rear (+)VioletRight Rear (-)Violet/Black