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Meos Mc701b: I need a replacement wiring block that feeds power etc to the back of the stereo, where can I find one?

It is the little block of wire connections that include the power lead etc, that plugs directly into the stereo. I only have the ones that have phono connectors on

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YOU SHOULD HAVE TWO LEADS IN THE CAR, ONE FOR POWER AND ONE FOR SPEAKERS, YOU WILL NEED A FORD TO ISO ADAPTOR LEAD AND THEN YOU WILL NEED THE LEAD WHICH CONNECTS TO THE PANASONIC RADIO

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The horn switch provides a ground. If you have no voltage at the horn wire, inside the steering whel, I would suspect a bad spiral cable, or clockspring under the steering wheel.

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SOURCE: No harness plug that goes into the back of my stereo

go to ebay and search this exactly the way it is wrote. ISO Wiring Harness connector/adaptor for KENWOOD 12 Pin

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older pioneers:

2 x green (1 with black tracer) left rear spkr (black= negative)
2 x white (1 with black tracer) left front speaker
2 x grey (1 with black tracer) right front speaker
2 x purple (1 with black tracer) right rear speaker

Lower connector
1 x red ignition (switched supply)
1 x blue antenna output power (may not be not used)
1 x yellow Illumination (radio button lighting)
1 x orange permanant Battery supply
1 x black vehicle GND

If still not working swap yellow and orange wires! will not cause damage

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Hello. The red and the black are the hot wires. Therefore, connect one of your conductors to the red and the other conductor to the black. Use wirenuts. The bare ground wire should be solidly attached to the new unit's green wire using a wire nut.
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