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Wiring instructions for kenwood kdc-mp8533

My son had his kenwood kdc-mp8533 installed in another car but has now removed it and lost the origonal wiring info and what we wrote down on removal. Can you help if i list the named wires so wo dont burn the fuses etc. I have http://mike-unlockcodes.blogspot.com to help with the code if we need it.
there is a black rectagular plug with the following
DARK BLUE MARKED P.CONT
LIGHT BLUE MARKED ANT.CONT
ORANGE WITH A WHITE MARKER WITH ILUMI (LIGHTS MAYBE?)
BLACK (EARTH MAYBE?)
BROWN MARKED MUTE (WHAT DO WE CONNECT TO)
RED (POWER MAYBE?)
YELLOW ?
BALLANCE OF THESE WIRES WERE ARE SPEAKER WIRES LF RF LR RR
ANOTHER PLACE ON THE BACK HAS ALL RCA STYLE JACKS WITH SPEAKERS LF RF LR RR WE DONT HAVE ANY WIRES RUNNING TO THE AMPS AT THE REAR OF THE CAR THAT HAVE RCA PLUGS SO I GUESS THESE WORE NOT USED BEFORE
HE HAS TWO CLARION AMPS IN THE CACK OF THE CAR
Oor main worry is the non speaker wires. Can you help.

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  • GRANT Jun 10, 2008

    thanks for the information. I now have the steroe in and fixed.THANKS VERY MUCH. Can you tell me if a multi meter can detect if an amp is working on the output side (to speakers) as the sub woofer speakers wont work and we have all wiring in correct. I have a multi mtre but dont know too much about them.

  • GRANT Jun 12, 2008

    thanks mate we need people like you out there.

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Dark blue is the remote for the amp
light blue is the remote for a power ant. (or amp)
orange is for the light dimmer (when you turn your lights on it will not be so bright, optional)
black is ground
brown is if you have a button in your car for a cell phone it will mute it when pushed (optional)
red is power (acc power)
yellow is always on power(for the clock and presets)
the rca jacks are for the amp they should be used if using an amp (there wattages are preset for amps anyway)

hook up the rca's to your amps along with the dark or light blue wires and when you turn the stereo on the amp will come on everything else should be hooked up as stated above. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

  • Chad Hall Jun 10, 2008

    No a multimeter just measures amps and voltage you are needing to measure watts. You can take it to Radio Shack they have measured one for me for free before.

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