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Could be many things. Orange/green is a power wire, black is ground. Black could be a engine ground or ECM ground. Orange/green is power. 12 Volts. Check engine light on? If not, some plugs don't go to anything. They use one harness for many different models. Yours may not have this option.
As the wiring on aftermarket signals is not standardized, you will need to determine which wires are ground, running, and turn respectively. If you can disassemble the signal, the ground will be connected to the outside of the socket, and the other two will be running and turn. If you cannot disassemble the signal, or have access to a multimeter, you can determine which wire is ground by checking continuity between the outer socket and wires. Your stock green wire is the ground, and the orange/white is running light. If when you hook the wires up, your running light is brighter than the turn signal, switch the leads. Hope this helps.
yellow 12v switched
orange 12v con
lite green rf+
grey lf- paired with tan
lite blue rr-
yellow lr- Paired with brown
pink pwr antenna
brown alone illumination
grey alone illumination dimmer
yellow 12 con
bluewhite stripe ..amp turn on
blue power ant
Model number means EVERYTHING to a real technician...
As a guess the popping noise could be arcing to ground - maybe from the inverter or one of the transformers on the inverter. The fuzzy green could be decoding the t-con board is attempting as this ground fault happens and shuts the unit off... I' would clearly have this checked before it does some serious damage. An ounce of prevention could save you pounds of cure....
5 times says the feed roller is not turning properly, sometimes the gears break and other times something falls in the back and stops the roller from turning. It's a different error if the orange flashes 5 times, or if it flashes orange and green 5 times.
1) Black Ground 2) Red 12V Ignition 3) Yellow 12V Constant 4) Orange Illumination
(Sometimes there's an extra orange for cell phone mute)
5) Blue Remote 6) Blue/White Power Antenna 7) White Front Left 8) White/Blk Front Left 9) Gray Rear Left 10) Gray/Blk Rear Left 11) Green Front Right 12) Green/Blk Front Right 13) Purple Rear Right 13) Purple/Blk Rear Right
My guess is that ford did not change that much in a year.
1994 Ford Taurus Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Green/Yellow
Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow/Black
Radio Ground Wire: Black/Light Green
Radio Illumination Dimmer Wire: Light Blue/Red
Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: Orange/Blue
Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A
Front Speakers Size: 6 1/2′
Front Speakers Location: Doors
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Orange/Light Green
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue/White
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): White/Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Green/Orange
Rear Speakers Size: 5′ x 7′
Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Pink/Light Green
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Dark Blue/Orange
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Pink/Light Blue
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Tan/White