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I have a pioneer multi cd hooked to a pioneer deh 4700mp when it wsa wired someone else wired it they wired hot from multi cd to ignition it shoulda been hooked to something always hot i am trying to figure out where to hook hot wire its n a 2001 chevy silverado it started out as a fm mod but was changed to pioneer head thanks

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Connections to the rear of the unit. RCA connectors are for output to amp(if fitted).
Main connector:
Yellow - To be connected to supply that is always "hot" irrespective of ignition position. This is for memory backup. If you cant find the original wire on the car it is recommended that you fit a new one straight from the battery. Be sure to use an inline fuse(15A) as close to the battery as possible. On the harness leading to ignition will be a thick white wire which will ne "always hot". It can be safely wired to this point as well
Red - To be connected to power from ignition. This line should power up and down with ignition operation. Red and yellow can be connected together and then to an "always hot" line. You will be able to use the radio with the ignition off, but forget the radio on and you have a flat battery the next morning.
Black - To earting point or negative of battery.
Blue - To auto antenna relay and/or amp power control. Do not connect directly to auto antenna. Always use a relay. Have a look at the following link if you're not sure about relay wiring : http://www.fixya.com/cars/r5544622-wire_relay
Yellow/black - Equipment using an auto mute function ie handsfree cellphone kit is wired here.
Speaker connections:
White - Front left positive
White/Black - Front left negative
Gray - Front right positive
Gray/black - Front right negative
Green - Rear left positive
Green/black - Rear left negative
Violet - Rear right positive
Violetblack - Rear right negative

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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    Rene Rossouw Aug 21, 2010

    On the CD changer connect the black connector of the bus cable to the CD and the blue connector to the head unit(radio). The small black wire can be connected to the vehicle bodywork. The yellow can be fed to the radio and connected on the same line as the radio's yellow. Always set the angle switch so that the slot is horizontal.

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