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Posted on Nov 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your ground wire is going to be black. Your normal wire colors are violet and violet/black, green and green/black, white and white/black, last but not least you have grey and grey/black. Those are your speaker wires. Solid blue is usually to power your antenna, and blue/white is for your amp turn on lead. Those two wires are approximately .5mV of power, and you can actually use either one to turn an amp on. Speakers: normally your solid color is positive, while the black stripe is your negative. As for which one goes to which speaker, left front is white, right front is gray, left rear is green, and right rear is violet. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, i'm trying to hook
99 precent of the time,, in most every car or truck i have installed a system in,, the wiring is pretty much the same,,,, black is ground,,, red is 12v ignition, yellow 12v battery,,. blue will be your remote,,,than your wires like purple,,brown, gray.. they should be matched in color but one will have a black strip,, purple and purple with black strip,,these will be your speaker wires, and u will just have to touch wire to wire to find left and right front and back,,, it pretty easy ,, hope this helps
Posted on May 20, 2011
SOURCE: I have 3 power wires
The yellow wire (constant) is for functions such as clocks, retaining fm stations, etc. The red wire (DC power) is what runs the unit. You said this is going on a golf cart right? But you say you don't want switches and don't want it to drain the battery during storage. Well, you can't have the best of both worlds. If you don't like the visual of a switch in the open, at least put one close to the battery under the seat. That way you can switch it off in storage. The switch would go to the red wire. You might even think about switching the orange wire if you expect to keep it in long term storage. the dimmer wire usually hooks to interior light controls. Like when you turn your lights on to drive at night, the radio won't be so bright inside, but in the day time, it will be. This is not a necessity. Happy wiring
Posted on Aug 15, 2011
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OK, I assume you are talking about the harness of wires from the radio itself. If you are going to install this, I recommend you purchase an install wiring harness. This way you can plug into the factory harness of the vehicle. If you are attempting to hardwire the radio, please don't. If you vehicle doesn't have the factory vehicle side of the harness, try visiting the scosche or PAC website to see if they have it first. If you purchase a wiring harness, it will have all the information for the right install. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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