95 ford probe wiring harness. no sound but turns on
My probe has a premium sound system with the square part on the harness
at first when i had my friend hook it up it played out sound and everything but then when he went to put in subs at a different time when he turned on the car the sound didn't work for some reason. Then I had a guy who works with cars for a living rehook it up with that stereo and his pioneer that he knew worked but still no sound. I've went to best buy 2 times now to figure out whats wrong and they told me to hook up the blue wires with the red and white. If you know of anything to try let me know.
and it's not the speaker because when you hook up the stock the sound comes out.
Re: 95 ford probe wiring harness. no sound but turns on
Hey I cant help you with your problem but can you help me? i have a 95 ford probe with a metal ended square harness on it, i went to canadian tire 100 times looking for the right harness and none fit it. a couple months later I had found another harness connector a few inches don't from the other square one.Now before i found that one i cut the harness and tried manually connecting them to the new radio. The radio would turn on but now sound would play.... and i tired 9 colour codes still nothing. if you have any idea about my problem it would be much appreciated thanks.
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What kind of vehicle do you have, your vehicle could have premium sound, which would require a wire harness for premium sound. If that doesnt fix it then, Its probably the sound channels, your front and rear channels could be blown, or your speakers could be fried. Really in order for me to answer your question properly im gonna need more information then that lol.
if your vehicle is equipped with a premium sound system, it might have small amplifiers at each speaker or amplifier/s in some other location. integration harness, or bypassing them may be required(wiring directly from the head unit) posting year make model of vehicle ,and type of oem h/u will help give more detailed answer.
Did the truck have the premium sound system? If so, you will need to connect the blue remote wire to the blue remote wire on the harness. You may also need a special harness to bypass the factory amplifier.
Hello! Since I do not know if your vehicle is equipped with the Standard or Premium System I'll give both sets of wiring...You can identify which system you have by looking at the color of the ground wire...
If the vehicle has a premium sound package - you need to use the remote wire to turn on the factiry amplifier.
If you want to use the power from the radio for the speakers, you must buy and install a factory amplifier bypass harness.
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Sounds like you have the Premium Sound system. The main power plug is long and probably black, the other plug is square with a grey round cord coming out correct?
You can either take your power harness back and get the correct one ( a little more expensive) or run ALL 4 sets of speaker wires back to the right rear quarter panel. That is were the OEM amp is mounted and taking that panel out requires you to remove the top and bottom tailgate trims, a dozen screws, the seat belt D-ring and 4-5 plastic push clips that will probably snap off...:( Also, this will not make the OEM subwoofer work.
From 20 years experiance in this biz, save the time, spend the extra 30$ or so and just buy the correct connector. Check MetraOnline.com and search there.
reinstall the factory radio use a digital volt meter to see witch wire supplies voltage when radio is turned on and off, note placement on harness then verify this wire is hooked up on the output side aftermarket harness you may have to jump it to get the maps to turn on. tip you can carefully pull unused wire from harness example (dimmer wire orange white) and move it to the position needed to keep it a clean install .
theres a harness you can buy to bye-pass the premium sound unit at theback of the van or you can just hardwore it and run new speaker, power and ground lines from the back to the dash. its cheaper but a litte more work. i dont know the naeof the harness or model number or anything but i do have one. Feel free to email me if you cant figure it out and ill dig the harness out for you.