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The wires provided for a radio system are as follows:
yellow = hot with ignition key ON
orange = hot from BATT at all times
Grey = dimming power from instrument panel
Black = ground
Harness Wires provided for the speakers as follows:
Left rear speaker = +brown -yellow
Right rear speaker = +dark blue - light blue
Left front door speaker and tweeter = +tan - grey
Right front door speaker and tweeter = +light green -grey
Note: connection colors at the speaker location differ as noted:
Right front door = +brown -yellow
Left front door = +brown -yellow
All other speaker connections are consistent with their harness colors.
There is a good chance that your model of vehicle has its own amplifier and if it does then it will have to be by-passed. As i am not very familiar with American vehicles i can't tell you exactly which harness or adapter you need to purchase. As for the unit staying on without the Ignition on: Switch over the red wire with the yellow wire and the yellow with the red. That should solve it.
The 2 blue wires are: solid blue for power antenna and blue with stripe for remote turn on for external amplifier. The Pink is cellular phone mute.
a 4 pole to me would be 4 separate on and off functions with 8 terminals (if a toggle switch which you say you have) I have seen double pole double throw switches but nothing like you claim - and Im not saying yhou dont have such a thing.
Can you tell me more about what this switch does ... I can tell you more about how to wire it.
You have two hot wires (or line) and two switched wires (or load) is that correct?
Are the voltages the same? (probably not)
If they are the same voltage, as long as you don't put the two hot wires opposite each other (so that when you throw the switch the two hot wires connect) I dont think it makes much difference
matching colors are the speakers, red it the accesory, needs to be hooked up to an alternating current, something that works with the ignitions, this will turn the sterio on and off, yellow is 12 volt or memory, constant power, blue is a remote wire for an amp. black is a ground wire and orange is normally an illumination wire, so when you dim your dash lights your stereo also dims.
red is hot yellow is memory black is ground -tricky part is without knowing what brand of head unit you have i cant really say what anything else is-so just for kicks lets say you have a pioneer there should be 4 sets of different colored wire pairs grey white green and purple those are your speaker leads white and grey are the front speakers green and purple are the rear speakers-blue is to turn on an amp with orange is usually connected to the lights to dim the unit at night and thats about all i know
Two wire hookup on the old thermostat tells me that it was set up for heating only. You will most likely need a modern thermostat. But in the meantime try this with the old one. The two red wires on the furnace are probably Rh & Rc. If so these can be put "together" on the R terminal on the old stat. The two W's on the new furnace are probably W1 &v W2 This is for first and second stage heat. You can put the two "together" on the W terminal on the old stat. Do not hook up the greens (blower fan wires). Do not hook up the blue wires (They would go to the Y terminal on a modern stat for airconditioning.
Who ever sold you the furnace should have offered you a new thermostat.
go to advanced auto parts and buy a connector for your car. just go and give them year, model and make and when you get it connect the same color wires from the stereo to the stereo harness. all of the colors are the same.