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When i got my car someone had already cut the wires to radio and i am trying to find out witch ones are witch i can not aford to pay for shop to do it so i have to do it my self

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Just remember this color codes:

RED = positive (+) that goes straight to the battery terminal

BLACK = ground (-) that goes to the body of the vehicle

Yellow = switch that goes to the ignition

the other wires is for the speakers. Put speakers at the end of each wires aside from the ones stated above and connect th4e other end to the speaker terminals of your head unit (CAR STEREO).

Hope it helps! ^_^

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