Question about Pioneer AVIC-N3 GPS Receiver
You need a multimeter helps. you need an earth which is the car body (black), and 2 power feeds, 1 is turned on and off at the ignition (could be blue or yellow or red maybe) and the other is always on (probably red). find a wire which is a power feed or run one from the fusebox obn the car battery with an inline fuse installed.
Connect speakers to the other wires which are normally the one with two colours on them.they are possible paired together.
You will probably find other wires to control the antenor or the amplifier.
you will have to fix the stereo into the hole last too.
to find the power, connect the black lead of the multimeter to the car body, put it to a 15 volt setting, and test the wires for power if there are any. switch the ignition to see if it is switched. If the wire doesn't show a voltage then put the multimeter on ohms and see if you get a reading. once you have found your wire you will have to join them. buy a crimp tool and automotive crimp plugs. if you tell them what therefor they will know.
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