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Wiring codes speaker wiring codes would help me rewire correctly thanks

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I get protect error on my car stero, can u help solve the problem. Thanks, VJ

The "PROTECT" message is associated with an audio output issue. This is usually a shorted / damaged / mis-wired speaker output wire(s) between the the radio and speakers or external amplifier, but may be a damaged output transistor inside the radio.

Carefully inspect the speaker output wires of the radio. Make sure all are intact, insulation is not chafed, stripped or otherwise damaged. Tape or repair when found. Double check the wiring (if this is a new installation) to be sure it is correct. Rewire as needed.

After making repairs, power up the radio and see if it works. If it does not, damage has probably occurred inside the radio as a result of the damaged speaker wiring being allowed to exist too long or turning to volume up for even a relatively short period of time. It can also happen if connected to very low impedance speakers. Any of these conditions can cause internal components to fail. The radio will probably have to be professionally repaired to play as expected again.

Hopefully, you'll find and correct a speaker wire problem and it will play again. If my reply was helpful, please rate it "4 thumbs up". Thanks & good luck!

Aug 21, 2011 | Kenwood KDC-MP342U Car CD Player

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Installed Pioneer DEH P6200BT. Experiencing BT problem. Everything seems to work correctly, locating, pairing, receiving calls, dowloading address books, all of that works correctly. The problem I have is...

Hi! I just figured this out myself. The radio only sends the phone call audio to the front speakers. My car only has wires for one set of speakers, so I chose the rear channels. I just rewired to the front channels instead. Solved! Bad on Pioneer, there is absolutely no mention of this in the installation or operation manual.

Dec 07, 2010 | Pioneer Car Audio Receivers

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Color code for panasonic model cq5301u [wiring code] i just need to know what colors are speakers wires right left front back etc.etc.and key hot and always hot wires or the color code for all the wires...

okay here it is

on all aftermarket radio they follow a color code

iginition 12 volts red
constant 12 volts yellow
ground black
remote wire amp turn on blue/white stripe

Lfront + white
Lfront - white/black stripe

Rfront +gray
Rfront _gray/black stripe

Lrear +green
Lrear -green/black stripe

Rrear + purple
Rrear - purple/black stripe

some radio have other wires too
like dimmer wire orange
power anntenna blue

and some flip screen radio have parking brake wire green
since your needing a wiring diagrame i would take it to a mecp professional 12 volt installer to install radio . about as fast as you blink your eyes you can fry the electrical system in your car and cost you 100's or 1000's of dollars buy and rewiring you car to fix it .
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Oct 16, 2010 | Panasonic CQ-C5301U CD Player

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Need to wire stereo in a bmw e 1983 looking for color codes for b

My Advise is to REWIRE all SPEAKERS SEPERATLY & INDEPENDENT From Factory Wiring, as it is Safer to do this than to INCORPERATE Your Sterio Wiring into the Original Wiring, Some Vehicles Use Spicific Wiring to OTHER Components. I'm Sure this is NOT the Answer you WANT But I have Installed more than I can Countof Stereo Systems into Cars/Trucks ,Tractor trailers and Inicialy I Only Ran Into PROBLEMS When Incorperating into Factory Wiring Thus I Refined MY METHOD By Simply Wiring all EXEPT the BATTERY & IGNITION < Key ON Wires. ONE SLIP In INCORPERATING INTO FACTORY WIRING Can CAUSE SERIOUS PROBLEMS/DAMAGE the ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. I Realize that in MANY Vehicles this CAN and HAS Been DONE But at the Same time When you ISOLATE the NEW STEREO WIRING You KNOW EXACTLY what you Have. As Far as Color Codes they CAN and DO VARY from Year to Year and Makes Also. What I am Recomending May be SLIGHTLY more Expensive and Require Some Time BUT the End Result will be Well Worth it. Thank you for your time !

May 12, 2010 | Kenwood KDC-116S CD Player

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I lost my harness,i need a picture of one so i can rewire

red wire is the positive wire black is the ground, yellow is memory connect it to a constant power source such as battery this will sustain your clock time ,radio stations set etc. also green wires are speaker positive and negative one has black stripe does not matter accept when you connect them make sure all speaker wires are connect the same meaniing all black striped wires are your negative connection. your white wires are the same way to be sure of speaker wires each collor will have only 2 wires. If you have RCA connections red for right channel and white for left. Hope this helps.

Mar 11, 2010 | Jensen XCD9120 CD Player

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I am replacing the speakers in my 2000 Pontiac Grand Am. The replacement speakers have a positive and a negative, while the speakers that are in the car have plugs: two wires into each side of the speaker....

Upgraded audio systems in cars may have different wiring. In my case, I have an EQ, and therefore the manufacturer built the crossover into the amp. One set of wires going to the speaker "carries" the "highs" and goes to the tweeter (which is part of the speaker, not separate.) The other set of wires carries the lows and goes to the woofer part of the speaker. To combine the two wires would have blown the amp. In other words, I needed a component set for my back speakers. Unfortunately, 6x9 is not used as often now, which required the Best Buy Tech to rewire the speaker to separate the signals. I am so grateful for them. I reread my original post which may not have had enough information to answer. The expert was correct for the front speakers, which had two wires going to the positive and two going to the negative.

Oct 07, 2009 | Car Audio Receivers

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BMW installation

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Nov 03, 2008 | JVC KD-S6060 CD Player

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No sound from CQ-1305U car CD/stereo

You may have one of this two problems:
One of the speaker wires is grounded to the chassis.
Or your car may have a factory amplifier between the radio and the speakers.
My suggestion is to rewire the speakers lines

Dec 25, 2007 | Panasonic CQ-DP383U CD Player

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Fade F to R not working on Sony CDXF7000

Hi, To my knowledge, this head unit (Sony CDXF7000) uses individual 52 watts amplifier (X 4) whose output to the speakers require that none of the speaker wires be grounded or crossed/shorted. Please check the speaker wiring with the use of an ohmmeter (or a multi tester) with all the speakers temporarily disconnected. Verify that none of the 8 wires reads 0 ohms to body/chassis ground or to any of the other wires. As you have checked the wires area: front left > + red & - white/black stripe; front right> + gray & - gray/black stripe; rear left > + green & - green/black stripe; rear right > + purple & - purple/black stripe. Rewire should it be necessary. If the wiring fully checks out, it may be that you have a fader component failure inside the unit (though honestly rare). You can also check if there is no bridging modifications done; converting your 4 amp-4 speakers original design to a bridged 4X52=2X100watt amp to 4 speakers paralleled to 2. Another area you can check/try is by varying the DSO settings - 1,2,3,off. Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back should you need additional information. Good luck and kind regards.

Sep 30, 2007 | Car Audio Receivers

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Static thru speakers at mid-high volume all the time

Your head unit may not have a common ground for the speakers. If you have two wires for each speaker coming from the head unit, rewire the speakers for a floating ground, that means two wires per speaker, or use a floating ground adaptor. These radios now a days are NOT like the radios in the hay days of care audio. If you already did not cause any damage to your unit, you certainly will if you continue to use it the way it is hooked up now. Good Luck

Sep 05, 2007 | Car Audio Receivers

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