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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To my knowledge a 1993 Dodge Dakota would have the below wiring arrangements for its stereo/head unit:
Constant 12V+ Red/Blue
Switched 12V+ Red/White
Left Front (+) Dark Green
Left Front (-) Blue/Orange
Right Front (+) Purple/White
Right Front (-) Brown/Blue
Left Rear (+) Brown/Yellow
Left Rear (-) Brown/Red
Right Rear (+) Blue/White
Right Rear (-) Blue/Red
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Posted on Mar 18, 2008
SOURCE: I need the colour wire
In the caravan are 2 types of Radio.
1. Normal sound system.
1 Premium sound system.
Note: If you don't want to cut the original wires,
You can buy a harness connector to install the aftermarket Radio. The connector are made by aplication, and are plug in.
The colour of the connector are the same colour with the Aftermarket Radio. Just you need to soldering or just put joint connectors.
Normal: colour of wires.
Pink = Battery voltage.
Red/withe = Ingnition Voltage.
Brown/red and Dark green. = Left front speaker.
Dark bku/red and Voilet = right front speaker.
Brown light blue and brown/yellow. = left rear speaker.
Dark blue/orange and dark blue white = right rear speaker.
Ground is a single wire behind the radio.
If you have a premium sound. You need to use the front speaker out to connect the speaker on the door and the speaker on the dash. To complete the 6 speaker.
OK... I hope this information work for you.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: wiring on back of head unit
You don't need to change the cables from the head unit on. Just strip of the end of the wires where the old speakers are and crimp on the proper connectors to connect them. Alternatively you can just solder the wires directly to the speakers. I always **** splice at least 6" of wires onto the end so you have more wire to work. The only reason you would change the wires would be because you are putting more than 200 watts per channel. You didn't speak of an amp so no worries.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
Depends on your amp. If they are dual 4 and your amp is 1 ohm stable and you have 2 subs, wire red to red and then red to plus on the amp. If your amp isnt 1 ohm stable wire ch1 red to + on amp, ch1 black to ch2 red, then ch 2 black to - on amp. If this sounds like french to you, go to a stereo shop in your area and pay them to hook up your stuff. It will be a lot cheaper than buying a new amp and subs.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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