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Wiring diagram for a ford raider

I am in the process of installing a sony cdx-gt170 into my 91 ford raider, it had a clarion pt 96141 in it, the wiring colours are different.
can anyone help me out with either a wiring layout of the clarion or of the raider as i have the wiring diagram of the sony
thank you

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According to FCC law all aftermarket sterio equipment has to have the same code, they may be diffrent
as for the ford
Black Wire - Ground Black With White Stripe Wire - Right Rear Speaker Light Blue With Red Stripe Wire - From Light Switch To Radio (light) (Headlights) Light Green With Yellow Stripe Wire - Hot At All Times To Radio Orange With Black Stripe Wire - From Light Switch To Radio (Light) (Parking) Orange With Red Stripe Wire - Right Rear Speaker Red Wire - To Ground With Black Wire Yellow With Black Stripe Wire - Hot In Accessory Or Run To Radio

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SOURCE: sony cdx-gt170

Hi MalJars,

Clarion normally uses the following colors for each channel.

Front Right Gray and Gray/Black -
Front Left White and white/black
Rear Right Purple and purple/black
Rear Left Green and Green / black

Yellow is memory backup Stays at 12 volts all the time
Red is Switched power and comes on only with Key on.

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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