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Rear wiring connection/wiring

Need to find the rear wiring connections and where they go or hook up to

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Red= (switched)power+ black is ground = connect to metal surface yellow is memory needs battery+ at all times white/whiteblack is front left speaker grey/greyblack is right front speaker green/green black is left rear speaker violet/violetblack is rear right speaker

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Please follow the following instructions 1)Use a wiring harness equipped with an adapter plug for faster connection and installation.Disconnect the car battery while installing electronic equipment.

2) Make a note of the wire colors and connect the power supply wires to the DEH-45DH as follows:

Orange wire to the constant 12Volt
Yellow wire to the switched 12Volt
Black: ground wire

3) Connect these wires to control display functions on the DEH-45DH:

Attach the gray wire to the wire marked control panel illumination.
The brown wire connects to the dimmer.

4) Make the front speakers connections following this color scheme:

Left front positive (+) tan wire
Left front negative(-) Gray

The light green wire connects to the positive (+) terminal of the right front speaker.
Connect the dark green wire to the negative (-) terminal of the right front speaker.

5) Make these rear speaker connections:

Brown wire to the left rear positive (+) terminal
Yellow wire to the left rear negative (-) terminal

The dark blue wire attaches to the right rear positive (+) terminal
The light blue wire connects to the right rear negative (-) terminal

Hope this helps
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Smith.

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The other wires in the back by the speakers are NOT speaker wires. It is possible to cause a short circuit in your car and or damage your unit by hooking up the wires from stereo to non speaker wires. Smoke from the dash is never a good sign. Hopefully nothing is shorted. These are the correct wire diagrams for your car. Hook them up just as described and you will have sound in no time:) If there is no sound check all fuses. Hope this helps.......Let me know what happens.......GOOD LUCK

Left rear (+) is Brown wire. Connect that with the Green wire.
Left rear (--) is Yellow wire. Connect that with the Green/Black wire
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Right rear (--) is Light Blue wire. Connect that with the Purple/Black wire.

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