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I have a panasonic dpx303u car radio but I NEED TO KNOW which speaker wires are which.

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scottmar7- You need the wiring diagram for your panasonic deck,the diagram is as follows.
red- 12volt key switched
yellow-12volt constant-memory
black-ground
white-left front positive
white with black stripe-left front negative
grey- right front positive
grey w/black stripe-right front negative
green-rear left positive
green w/black stripe-rear left negative
purple-right rear positive
purple w/black stripe-right rear negative
blue- remote turn on- for amplifier
These are all the wires you should need,to hook up you deck.
If you need anything else let me know,I can help you,happy listening. cooltek mar,14/08

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