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Re: reinstalling into new vehicle looking for wiring...
Yellow (memory 12v+) red (accessories) black (ground earth) blue (power antenna) blue (amp rem) white with stripe (left front speaker + white( left front speaker - )grey with black stripe (right front speaker + grey (right front speaker -) green with stripe (left rear speaker+) green (left rear speaker -) purple with stripe (right rear speaker +) purple (right rear speaker-)
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Yellow: battery power Red: switched power Black: ground White: left front speaker Gray: right front speaker Green: left rear speaker Violet: right rear speaker
blue:amp remote on
should be somthing like this, if you get an adapter from walmart or sonicelectronix it should just be a color code matchup for your vehicle.
The wiring color code for the 2001 Altima can be found here. Your Sony deck should have come with a wiring harness and an installation sheet (or a page in the user manual) that shows the color and function of each wire. You simply match up the functions of each wire on the harness with the appropriate wire on your vehicle.
A simpler and more professional installation is achieved by using a vehicle-specific wiring harness that plug into your Altima's wiring. Such a wiring harness allows you to make all of the connections while seated at the dining room table or other well-lighted location instead of the limited space area behind the dash. The Scosche NN03B/NN03 seems to be the correct harness for your Altima.
What codes are you looking for ? Is that the speaker wire colors are grey/grey w/black stripe, white/white w/black stripe, purple/pruple w/black, green/green w/black stipe. The black stipe wires is the negative. If you don't have tags on the wires that say; LR,LF,RR,RF. There is another way to find which speaker wire goes where. First hook-up your Battery and Accessory and negative wires. Then just go in the unit and find the balance and fader control. Then just do one side at a time; like front left, rear left and so on....
I have one right in front of me and can tell you what color each wire is, from top left of plastic wiring port. Black/ green ? Grey/black ? Blue Power Antennae Black Ground Black/white ? Green/black ? Red/green ? Left Lower row Gray/red ? Red Accessory/Ppwer Orange Battery Memory power Green ?
Yellow: battery power
Red: switched power
White: left front speaker
Gray: right front speaker
Green: left rear speaker
Violet: right rear speaker
Wires with stripes are the negative speaker leads.