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I'm trying to install a Pioneer DEH-43 in my old 1986 Dodge 600 SE. Need to clarify color codes for wiring on stereo and car.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yellow: battery power Red: switched power Black: ground White: left front speaker Gray: right front speaker Green: left rear speaker Violet: right rear speaker Wires with stripes are the negative speaker leads.
Posted on Mar 07, 2007
you need to find the Pioneer website, or something similer... google the DEH 1600 diagram. really you just need something that tells what the different wires represent by color. then find a wiring diagram for the make and model of your ride that cooresponds to your stereo set up... then just match up the wires and there you go... personally i suggest haveing one of the boys at Best buy throw a harness... it costs like 15 bucks or something. plus you know it will be done right, and you can take it back if its not and have it fixed... bottom line they will be liable for any problems... hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2008
SOURCE: WIRING INSTRUCTIONS
Yellow=Constant Power(Battery or fuse box W/ Constant power)
Blue=Amp turn on
Posted on May 30, 2008
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