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Re: car stereo wiring
Assuming your car's wires haven't been cut... Go to any stereo shop and get the harness that's specifically for your car. The colors on it will match all the colors on the clarion harness. Connect like colors, plug in, and you're done.
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most are the same. i have a clarion dxz525 and it was the same as most i found online. this is how i wired it to my 2005 sebring...and every function works as it should.
purples are right rear, purple/black is - negative
greens are left rear, green/black is - negative
greys are right front, grey/black is - negative
whites are left front, white/black is - negative
orange is illumination
red is accessories
yellow is battery
white/blue is remote turn on
blue is power antenna
black is ground
yellow battery red accessory black ground purple right rear + speaker purple/black right rear - green left rear + green/black left rear - white fr left + white/black fr left - grey fr right + grey/black fr right - blue auto antenna blue/white rem amp brown phone mute orange/white illumination grass green handbrake but if u want to play dvd's whilst u drive connect this to earth
Does the video work if you pull your ebrake up, then there is a wire mounted to ebrake that you need to mount to something else so you can see video all the time, when a place installs a in dash dvd they have to put wire on the ebrake to prevent people from watching it while they are driving
Honestly I'm not sure - there may be, as some aftermarket decks have the secondary fuse. It's not too tough to pull it out and check so I'd do that - you won't have to disconnect any wiring or anything. While you do that, check the yellow wire and the red wire in the harnesses, as there may be an inline fuse on one of those wires as well.