Question about Car Audio & Video
The best thing you can do for your situation is to get a vehicle wiring diagram for your particular vehicle. This can be done at the dealer or by buying a vehicle manual at the autoparts store that has the wiring diagrams in it. You can then see the wiring color coding. They also make a factory plug pigtail that you can plug into your existing radio harness and then wire it correctly to the new radio. The new radio should have the wiring layout included with its documentation, and some radios also have small marking tabs on the wire ends to tell you what they are for. Good Luck, RAC
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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