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I know where the wires go but my stereo was ripped outta my dash and it pulled wires out of the plug that goes into the back of CD player n don't know where they go does anyone have a picture of that plug

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SOURCE: wire harness diagram

www.scosche.com will give you the cars wires, u may want to just by a harness adapter, cutting wires=bad


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solution to ipod problem some ipods do not work in directly with after market sterios some do now a good solution is to go to your local radio shack buy the rca jack one end proper male femal connectors on one end then head phone jack on the other this will play anything its just like the old days when you had to buy that clunky tape with head phone jack attachted it works all the time make sure ipod is powered so that it wont loose power while playing its kinda old school stuff but works since most ipod products dont work with aftermarket sterios

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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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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SOURCE: just need to know which wire goes where

orange is normally illumination(not necessary) other is probably cell phone mute

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SOURCE: I would like to know the wiring conections for the

All name brand radios have a standardized color codes coming off the harness.

Yellow- Constant
Black- Ground
Red- Switch power
Blue- Antenna
Blue/white- Amp turn on
White- Left front +
White/black- Left front -
Gray- Right front +
Gray/white- Right front-
Green- Left rear side
Purple- Right rear side.......the black stripes are your negative speaker outputs.

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