Question about Pioneer DEH-P6600 CD Player
Hi!, use a multimeter to test (With the car key in "ACC" position) from what cable your old stereo was receiving power, when you found the correct cables, mark them.
Then test what cables carries the audio signal to the speakers, you can do this by using a AA battery and connecting it to the cables for a short time, the speaker would make noise, label the cables as R or L.
The connections in the PIONEER's plug are:
RED: Accesory (This is powered when the key is in ACC position only)
YELLOW: Back-up (This is ALWAYS powered from the battery to keep the clock and other settings)
White / striped white: Speaker (FRONT R or L)
Gray / Striped gray: Speaker (FRONT R or L)
Purple / striped purple: Speaker (REAR R or L)
Green / striped green: Speaker (REAR R or L)
Blue: REMOTE (Don't connect)
All striped cables are the minus (-) pole of the speakers.
I don't remember what color are for R or L speakers but i know what are front or rear ones, the installation manual can tell you the correct wiring or you can use a test CD, or the balance/fader controls when everything are connected.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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