Question about Car Audio & Video
Bought the car and there is nothing but cut wires where the head unit was. have a new unit to install but cant figure out the wireing.
has probably 90% of the cars that you run into that people weren't smart enough to just buy the wiring harness and just cut off the original stock harness.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
My suggestion is to head down to Autozone and purchase a Haynes Repair Manual for the make and model of your car. Toward the back, you'll find a bunch of wiring diagrams, one of which should be for the audio system. Most importantly, the diagram will tell you what colors the wires should be.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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