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I JUST NEED TO KNOW WHAT WIRES TO HOOK UPWIRES-COLORS

I HAVE AN OLD TOYOTA PICK-UP 1987 AND I WANTED TO PUT THIS RADIO IN IT

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  • pedwilsons May 12, 2008

    my original stereo was stolen and the wires cut off so I just need to jnow what colors go to ....? I have a 1988 Toyota 1 ton - V6.

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Test light one wire will be on always, thats your battery, turn your key, thats you accessory, probably black is ground

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