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INPUT: Yellow (left front), violet (left neg), green (left rear), Blue (right rear), Brown (right neg), Gray (right front)
OUTPUT: Front Left pos (green/red) neg (green), Front Right pos (gray/red) neg (gray), Left Rear neg (brown) pos (brown/red), Right Rear neg (white) pos (white/red) firstname.lastname@example.org
red = 12v ignition/acc yellow= 12v battery/memory black = ground blue = power antenna blue/white = amp turn on black/white = amp ground orange = illumination orange/white = dimmer (+) orange/black = dimmer (-) brown = mute phone speakers--- grey = right front positive grey/black = right front negative white = left front positive white/black = left front negative violet = right rear positive violet/black = right rear negative white = left front positive white/black = left front negative green = left rear positive green/black = left rear negative
Red = ground black = ground Grey/blue = Left rear (+) yellow/black = ignition 12v white/purple = right rear (-) green/black
= (could this be green / violet?) than it is 12v constant blue/red = illumination orange/green = left front (+) white/green = right front (-) blue/white = left front (-) brown/yellow = left rear (tan / yellow) (-) green/orange = right front (+) orange/red = right rear (+) blue = not used
red = constant live 12v
brown = negative ground
violet = ignition live 12v
white = electric antenna (rear screen)
the speakers will be twisted pairs, i can not remember which is left and right but the grey stipe and brown strip are negative the others are positive.
If in doubt get a pro to install for you as you could cause damage if you connect wrongly.
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2009 Ford Ranger Car Stereo Installation Guide Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Violet/Red Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: White/Red Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/Yellow Car Radio Illumination Wire: Blue/White Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Green/Red Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White/Brown Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Violet Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White/Orange Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Orange Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown/White Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Blue
Use the speaker wire outputs on the wiring harness on the back of the radio. The RCA outputs are for using an external amplifier, so you do not want to use them. The speaker wires should be color coded. The front speakers are normally grey and grey with a black stripe for one side, and then white and white with a black stripe for the other side (left and right sides)
The rear speakers are violet and violet with a black stripe and the other rear is green and green with a black stripe. All the solid colors are the positive speaker output and the wires with the black stripe are the negative speaker outputs.
These speaker outputs are on the same harness as the power connections to power up the radio. I believe that it has more than 10 wires on it. I am not sure what socket you speak of that is 10 pin and has speaker outputs. The speaker outputs alone are 8 wires, so the harness will have more than 10 wires. It also has the yellow wire for constant 12 volts to keep memory, the red wire to connect to 12 volts when the vehicle is on, and the black wire for the ground. Then it should also have a blue wire for use with an external amplifier to turn it on or to use for a power antenna to turn it on. You may also find several other wires on it like the orange for illumination and brown for muting the radio when a phone is in use. Those last few wires do not need to be used unless you want them for a specific purpose.
hola, first have tranlate for spanish a english, mira yo tengo el mismo ecualizador, las entradas son (input) el rojo (red) es (+) y el negro (black) (-), el verde (green) es el canal izquerdo (left) y el gris (grey) es el canal derecho (right) eso es toda la entrada, los comunes o los negativos de las salidas del stereo no se conectan (las salidas del stereo tienen que conectarse como si fuera un sistema de solo 2 bocinas a la entrada del ecualizador), las salidas (output) serian azul (blue) comun izquerdo (L-),blanco (white) izquerdo frontal(+ front L), cafe (brown) izquerdo trasero (+ rear L), naranjo (orange) comun derecho (R-) ,violeta (violet) derecho trasero ( + rear R), amarillo (yellow) derecho frontal (+ front R)
para que quede mas claro
grey (gris) (R)
orange (-) R comun
wihte (blanco) (Front)
blue (-) L comun
ojala que este post aun te sirva, saludos desde Chile