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Black is ground red is battery yellow is accessory as far as if you are installing a new stereo the best and cleanest way is to buy an install kit since they include wiring diagrams otherwise pick up a repair manual from your local parts shop they're around $25
Almost all car stereos have standard color codes for power, there are Yellow, Red and Black, where Yellow is the direct current from the battery of the car (this always have power on it so don't let it near anything metallic or will cause a short), the Red if for accesory power (this only have current when the key on the car is on accesory mode) and the black is Ground.
Red and Yellow cables need to have power at the same time to power the stereo on, so if you want to test your stereo put the yellow and red cables together on the positive terminal of your car battery and the black on the negative, this should turn on your stereo.
Right do you mean the wires to the O2 sensor from the loom or the wires from the plug to the sensor ,So i will explain what i know here and thats all i can do for you.On our europeon motors their is a 4 and 3 wire O2 sensor type,now on the sensor side of the plug their will be two wires the same colour normally white or gray ,these two wires are the heater circuit so should show a resistance with a meter ,now the coresponding two wires in the loom plug should read 12v with the plug disconnected ignition on .Now the other two wires are for the readings so push a pin through each cable and then with engine running plug connected you should read 0-point something which varies with engine speed somewhere between point 7 to point 2 varying with speed .if it stays around the point 4 mark then replace as its not working correctly ,you should be able to read the voltages with a code reader though
I hope you like colors.. thats the speakers.. powers easy black : ground .. red: hot wire to fuse box with hopfully a fueable link..( ever see them wires wit a fuse in middle) fuseable link.. Id run it all off that . make sure u find a power source thats always on. or it b 12: allday long
DB15 Female 7)light green 2)red 11)purple 13)white 1)brown 6)darkgreen 8)dark blue 10)light blue 3)orange
that's all oh yes you also have a ground wire from connector base to connector base. Hope this helps. So from these two, you should be able to figure out witch wire is witch. Let me know if you need more detailed information.
After putting in many stereos over the years, my suggestion is to get an after market wiring harness for the radio designed for your truck. They will have the same color wires for ease of installation. Remember that the black wire will be ground and the red and yellow wire will represent power.
Here is a website you can go to to find the wire color code for your vehicle.
Not to question you about the red being constant power but I have a pioneer deh-1600 car stereo and red is hooked to electric terminal controlled by ignition switch (on/off) and if your unit has a yellow wire that goes to constant power. The only problem with hooking up the red wire to constant would be if you happened to accidentally leave your player on it could drain the battery. Hope this helped a little. Good luck.