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Wiring-audio system-1989 ford crown victoria

Trying to install new kenwood receiver- 2 eight wire plugs on factory harness don't match colors on new radio harness

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  • cat1978 Dec 07, 2007

    need to know the function of each of the 16 wires on the factory audio harness- 1989 ford crown victoria

  • cat1978 Dec 07, 2007

    haynes manual had all electrical schematics except the audio system-only

  • cat1978 Dec 07, 2007

    haynes manual didn"t show radio wiring-only showed how to remove and install receiver

  • Jay12345 Feb 13, 2008

    I need to hook up my stereo harness to the crown Victoria's existing harness but i cant find the color codes any ware
    I have looked everywhere on the internet and cant find it any ware
    i just need the color codes/wiring diagram

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Go to an autozone or advance auto parts store and find a haynes auto manual for your car. electrical diagrams are in back of the manual.

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