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Used a wiring harness matched all colors but not getting any power on the stereo im installing whn i switched it back to the stock stereo i got power and the stock works fine

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Chek the ground some times the diffrent radio need there own ground

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Well, this depends on how easily you want the job. If you want it quick and easy, go to ANY best buy, sears, or car audio place and ask them for the appropriate wiring harness. A wiring harness is a pre-wired "Modual" that Links up with your car's current wiring modual. These are a WHOPPING 12-15 dollars. These piddly price can literally save you 1-3 hours of needless work. IF your just bent on saving that 12 bucks... and wanna solder ALL those wires together one by one and do all teh matching, etc, the first place to look would be the wires on the back of the Stereo unit. Most stereo output wires are labled in small print. Then find a manual for your car , year , make and model, and see what the stock wiring is... simply match em up and solder em together.

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Im trying to find where i can gt a complete guide on how to install a car stereo from color coding the wires to installing a dash kit


  1. DISCONNECT THE NEGATIVE TERMINAL ON YOUR BATTERY!
  2. For an old stock stereo, you may have to remove the dash or certain parts of it to access the stereo. Do that by locating screws and bolts and taking them off. Make sure to keep them in a safe place.
  3. For an aftermarket stereo, insert DIN tools into each slot on the stereo behind the faceplate. Slide the whole stereo out.
  4. Disconnect the antenna wiring (The wire with the big metal tip)and the stereo head unit wiring (wire harness).
  5. Reconnect the antenna into your new stereo.
  6. Use **** connectors and wire crimps to connect the stock wire harness with a car specific one that is sold seperately. The color of the wires on each harnass should match up.
  7. Reconnect the negative terminal on your battery and see if it works.
  8. Slide the stereo back into the dash and remount the dash that you removed, including screws and bolts.
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you will need to get a cord that connects to the sterio and then you need to match them up with these wires
the colors for the radio that are hooked up to the car are
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  • red is egnition
  • blue is power antena
  • black is ground
other ones will most likely be the sterio wires you just need to find colors that look a like and they will most likely match

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What wiring harness and deck install kit?


you should be able to look it up at the place of purchase, stores like wal-mart have books with info for the specific vehicle, online like crutchfield will probably tell you everything you need.

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