Question about Dual Car Audio & Video
First take out the stock head unit, after the colors of the wires originally from the car is usually red black yellow orange blue or gray, blue or gray w/ stripe, and purple or green, and purple or green w/ stripe. the head unit should have a power on it for the speaker wires those are the only tricky ones. color with stripe is negative. yellow for +12 black for -12 ground and red is for ignition, turn the radio on with ignition on. purple is usually rear and blue is usual front
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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