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Connector Part Information • 15416722 BLK
• ASM Conn 12 F GT Pin Wire Color Circuit No. Function
1 DK GRN 1433 Clutch Start Switch Signal
2-3 -- -- Not Used
4 YEL 772 Transmission Range Switch Signal B
5 BLK/WHT 771 Transmission Range Switch Signal A
6 GRY 773 Transmission Range Switch Signal C
7 BLK/WHT 451 Ground
8 WHT 776 Transmission Range Switch Signal P
9 LT GRN 275 Park Neutral Position Switch Signal
10 GRY 1524 Back-Up Lamp Supply Voltage
11 PNK 839 Ignition 1 Voltage
12 PPL 639 Ignition 1 Voltage
This all I could find, hope it is the correct one.
basically you have 1 nuetral (wht) and a common(usually black, but in your case, RED). What you should do, is if you have a meter.? Set it for AC volts & check your power there and confirm that your white is neutral (use black or neg side, lead wire from meter and hold it on white) & (use the red or pos.side, lead wire from your meter and hold it to the red wire) being careful. always assume the electrical wires you are dealing with are hot and they can seriously hurt you. If you are in doubt, please, hire an electrician for this. if you are comfortable, then continue and have someone turn the switch on for you to confirm your power . Your meter should read 119-120 volts. somewhere in that range. if it reads -110 to -120 (neg. reading. it means your wires are crossed. and wht is pos or common and red is neutral rare but could happen.) so moving forward. say white is neutral & red is common everything check. then connect wht to wht, grn is ground so connect all grds together and connect those to a screw at the box or canopy bracket if its a clg fan. then connect the remaining blue wires to the red wire. this will power both the fan and the lights form the one switch. the only way to separate them is with the pull chain(s) coming down from 1 the fan motor & 2 the lights. Now, you can separate them and have independent control over them if you were to go with a wireless remote. they make one specifically designed for your situation. (just a thought) I hope this answers your question with a whole lot more questions. Let me know, ill be happy to answer them. good luck & BE CAREFUL!!
Black is for the fan motor which you connect to black(hot), black/white is for the light which you connect to the switched lead in the ceiling, the white lead from the fan goes to the neutral lead in ceiling, and tjhe green wire is earth ground and goes to the box screw in the ceiling
My fan does not have a reverse switch for sure so I scoured the net and got no real answer. I did come accross a comment that said that it worked internally at the remote box in ceiling. Here is how I finally figured it out after about 6 months of searching. Put the fan on high, Turn wall switch OFF, Hold the HI button on remote, Turn switch back on. IT WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sparq
guynoir..with alpine your other set of speakers would most likely run through an amp ,which may connect up by the rca leads or a din plug , this is where your fader comes in to play.i was an agent for alpine