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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yellow wire is always the memory or back up, which is always 12 volts even with key off. Red is for ignition, 12 volts only when key is on. Black is ground. Speakers are color coded in pairs, the grey and white pairs are the fronts and the green and purple pairs are the rear speakers. Each speaker wire with a black stripe is the negative speaker lead and the solid color is the positive.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2008
SOURCE: no wiring diagram
the red wire is on and off, the yellow is live, black is ground, blue is amp turn on, brown is suppose to go to the e-brake. the four speakers are gray, purple,green, and white (one is all (color)(+) the other is (color) with a black line(-))
the rest should be self explanatory, also you can go to any stereo shop and get a universal radio hook up harness and just match up the colors and plug it in, very simple.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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