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Wiring I have a in dash cd/mpe player I am hooking up in my truck and the dealer where I traded my old truck in just cut the wires and now i'm stump on how the wires go.help. Matt

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  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2008

    my wires are cut also and i dont know how to fix it, fix it, fix it..

  • chad williams
    chad williams May 11, 2010

    what kind of truck do you have?

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If you have 2 wires that are the same color and one of them has a black stripe down it, those are speaker wires. I.E. if you have 2 greens , one with a black stripe, that goes to one speaker. You'll have to play with them to know which is which. I have moved the radio settings to front right speaker, then kept changing the wires from the car out until the car's front right is on, take note of the speakers that come on in the car while you are trying to find the right one so when you are ready to hook it up you know where to go. Yellow goes to constant power, even when the car is off, and key out, thats why you don't have to reset the clock every time you start it up. Red generally goes to power when the key is in the on position. Blue is for remote operation, like turning an amp on or off, so it doesn't run while the radio isn't on. I don't recall any others off hand that are critical, but do consider this, if you have a newer vehicle with factory radio, it might need a conversion module in order for it to work. Generally you can tell if the radio has a volume adjustment for speed, e.g- it gets louder as you go faster and softer when you come to a stop, you will need one. You could hard wire it in without the module but the radio plays a role in the horn and chime operation, if you dont get the module you will pay for it,.....trust me. Also, if you get it all wired in and nothing is going on, plug in the antenna, that serves as the series ground, hope this helped.

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