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Wiring diagram I have a 2004 gmc pick up. I want to hook up an auxillary amplifier to my existing stereo.I have a converter to change stereo outputs to rca outputs.I need to know what wires and colors I need to hook up to the converter.It has the Bose system in it.Any help would be appreciated. The dephi part number is 12246889 the gm part number is 10357886

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Go to 12Volt.com
They have the best and most complete wiring diagrams for all your makes, model for stereo installation and other wiring problems.

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See if this link is of any help. I know how crazy these new wire colors can be. I don't know why they don't keep it simple and universal meaning all constant power be red, alt power blue/white, ground black, etc. etc. Even my Hyndai has crazy wires. my red is lf speaker, yellow, lr speaker, etc. Goodluck with it man.

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