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if you pulled it completely out you may have a problem . Trial and error is all I can tell you.Get a volt meter and check the mic pins on the radio . Ground one lead and touch each pin for ohms the first one to make noise is the ground. then touch the ground with one lead and touch the next pin and the next . now if there is any left over wire on the plug you can rewire it , then go from there.
Starting at the upper right (UR1) when looking at the rear of the unit: UR1 is 12v power; LR1 is ground; UR2 = Ignition power; LR2 = Panel light lead; UR3 = Unused; LR3 = Power Antenna lead; UR4 & LR4 = Right front speaker; UR5 & LR5 = Right rear speaker; UR6 & LR6 = Left rear speaker; UR7 & LR7 = Left front speaker; UR8 & LR8 = Unused.
FUNCTIONPINWIRE COLORAccessory 12 Volt
SEE NOTE ¹
Constant 12 Volt
Power AntennaRemoteIlluminationDimmerFUSE VALUEFUSE LABELFUSEBOX LOCATION
DRIVER'S SIDE UNDER HOOD
¹ The receiver does not have an Accessory 12 Volt lead,
it is triggered by the data lines in pins #5 and #6. When installing an
aftermarket stereo, an Accessory 12 Volt lead must be run to the
fusebox to a switched power lead.
² If equipped with "Hands-Free" cellular phone system.
The dash speakers are wired in parallel with the front door speakers.
Left Front Spkr +
Left Front Spkr -
Right Front Spkr +
Right Front Spkr -
Left Rear Spkr +
Left Rear Spkr -
Right Rear Spkr +
Right Rear Spkr -
Hands-Free Audio ²
DO NOT USE THESE WIRES!
Pin 1 Left MIC-IN Pin 1 right GROUND Pin 2 Left MIC VVC (or MIC Power, or MIC BIAS) Pin 2 Right empty Pin 3 Left R EAR (or R OUT) Pin 3 Right R RETURN Pin 4 Ground or Empty Pin 4 Right empty Pin 5 Left L EAR (or L OUT) Pin 5 Right L RETURN
This arrangement should apply to both the HD AA/FP or the Standard AC'97 Headers.
Hi there, first check the image below. You've got USB 3 and 4, and AUDIO section. For the USB, pins 1 and 2 represent front panel USB power on both 3 and 4. As for AUDIO connection, pin 1 is Front Panel Microphone input signal, pin 3 is Microphone Power, pins 5 and 6 are for Right Channel audio signal to Front Panel and pins 9 and 10 are for Left Channel audio signal to Front Panel.
Hello, here is Clarions wire codes. FRONT Right SPKR: +Gray -Gray/Blk, FRONT Left SPKR: +White -White/Blk, REAR Right SPKR: +Purple -Purple/Blk, REAR Left SPKR: +Green -Green/Blk
Brown Wire = Phone Mute Lead (If applicable) Yellow Wire = 12V battery lead in (Connect directly to battery) Red Wire = 12V Ignition wire (Connect to Acc switch) Blue/White Wire = Amp turn on lead Black Wire = Chassis Ground Orange/White Wire = Illumination Lead (Connect to dimmer switch) Blue Wire = Auto Antenna Lead (lowers power antenna Do not use for Amp Turn on! Use the Blue/White Wire for Amp,EQ, Ect.. turn on wire only
RCA Connectors if applicable:
Black RCA Harness: White RCA = Rear Audio Left Sub Output 1 Red RCA = Rear Audio Right Sub Output 2
Gray RCA Harness: White RCA = Front Left Audio Out to amp Red RCA = Front Right Audio Out to amp
Here's how it goes:
grey=right front pos.
grey/black=right front neg.
white=left front pos.
white/black=left front neg.
violet=right rear pos.
violet/black=right rear neg.
green=left rear pos.
green/black=left rear neg.
red=12 volt switched power source
yellow=12 volt constant power source (direct to battery)
orange/white=illumination (switched source,not to head light switch)
blue/white=amp turn on lead (to remote turn on lead of amp)
blue=auto antenna (switched power source)
brown=phone mute lead (to cell phone mute lead)
RCA connector leads:
red=right rear/right rear subwoofer
white=left rear/left rear subwoofer
(connect to external amp)
red=right aux input
white=left aux input
(connect to external unit)
red=right dual zone output
white=left dual zone output
(connect to wireless head phones)
That should be all there is. on the yellow that goes direct to the battery you need to use an inline fuse holder with 30 amp fuse.
Brown wire-Phone mute
Yellow 3A-Bus power lead
Yellow 15A-Memory backup lead
SPEAKERS(black strip is -ive)
take a wire or small screw driver across any two pins you are looking for a earth from tx to tx the last pin is mic. on mic side use a multimeter earth is braid, find rx lead next . key mic multimeter shows 0 tx. audio has a higher value .