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I have a 1993 cutless ciera and trying to put in a kenwood radio but the color wires don't match

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Sometimes that happens but the constent power the on off power and ground should be same but the best way to test speakers is to wire the powers and ground and test the speaker by wire them individually and mark to see wat side and front back

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The first thing you need to do is doublechecking all the new wirings, it sounds like a contact.

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I have a 1993 olds cutless ciera and when i come to a stop it wants to cut off i put it nutrual and come to a stop and give it a little gas and it will go again or i put it into drive and it cuts off


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Trying to install and rewire the kenwood KDC-MP149 cd player into my 1997 lancer. having problems matching up the wire colours thanks


I recommend you purchase a wiring harness. This will make the install much easier. You can match up the wires of the radio and the harness with ease (since all aftermarket radios have standardized color coding for the wires). You vehicle wires will never match the radio, unless it's stock. You can purchase one at www.crutchfield.com Hope this helps.

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Trying to hook up last few wires and not sure what they are


Hello jtracer,

Here's a link to the Kenwood manual at Crutchfield.

Here's a link to the color code for the 2000 Dodge Durango.

If you are splicing directly into the vehicle wiring, just match up the wires from your Kenwood to the appropriate vehicle wire by function, not color. If you are using an aftermarket vehicle specific wiring harness, such as the Metra 70-1817, the colors should match up with the Kenwood wires.

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I am trying to connect a kenwood KDC-MP3035 to a 1997 Honda Passport but none of the wires match up, what do i do to make it work?


Hello oz101ez,

The wires have to be matched by function, not by color. Here is a link to the color code for the stock radio harness in your Passport. Connect whatever color wire your Kenwood manual says is for 12V + (usually yellow for most aftermarket receivers) to the "red/white" in your Passport. Connect the Kenwood accessory wire (usually red) to the brown/white wire in your passport. Just continue matching up each wire function and colors on both ends.

Best would be an aftermarket wiring harness vehicle specific for the Honda Passport/Isuzu Rodeo. The Metra 70-7712 seems to be the correct one for your vehicle. Installer.com probably has the largest selection of wiring harnesses available anywhere. They'll even match the vehicle harness to an aftermarket receiver harness and connect them using solder and heat-shrink insulation if you desire.

Most local car audio shops will carry some wiring harnesses. Also retailers like Best Buy may have them, albeit at much inflated prices. Online car audio retailers like www.crutchfield.com and www.soncielectronix.com have a good selection and their prices will probably be somewhere in between, lower than local but higher than Installer.com

Hope this helps.

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go to walmart they sell a harness to install radio in your car you just match wires color for color its that easy no cutting factory wires

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Hi,

Assuming that Kenwood KDC-135 is fully operational then your only concern would be matching the Kenwood wires to the Camry's wiring.

Most Toyota Camry uses the below wiring scheme. I have taken the liberty of including the corresponding Kenwood wires.
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Hope that this be of some help. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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