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hi peter, before you start using the rest of the harness cables find out if the harness you have is a jvc original for your model. the black wire is the ground/chassis cable only for a jvc kd-r411. you mite be using a compatible fitting harness whose " wire colour configuration" is incorrect for your model. cheers.
This is the wiring diagram for it, I would suggest you buy a factory plug, it eliminates all the wiring and trying to figure out which wires go where. Go to a local stereo store and ask for a plug for your model numbered stereo, corresponding with the make, model and year of your vehicle. Their usually around $30
First you need to get a wire harness for the Chevy (check Ebay) then follow the wiring instruction inside the package on how to join the spliced wires togother. After joining the wires togother plug the harness in and stuck the JVC into the recess where the old stereo was and thats it, it should play if not you don`t have a good ground, ground the body to the frame.
Here's a tip. if the yellow wire's missing from the harness connector, and you're not using an additional amp or power antenna, use a pin to unlock either of the 2 blue remote turn on leads. Remove the lead, desolder the thinner gauge blue/blue-white wire, carefully solder a thicker gauge yellow wire to the end of the lug and slip it back into the connector till it locks.