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WHITE is a mixture of the three "primary" colours.
If one of the colours is not working, then WHITE turns PINK.
So, either your LCD display is malfunctioning,
or the "data" cable between the LCD and the motherboard is malfunctioning (not transmitting all 3 signals),
or the video-card embedded into the motherboard is malfunctioning (not sending all 3 signals).
This is nothing that you can fix by yourself; take your computer to a qualified technician, for trouble-shooting and repair.
maybe this will help you
If you have a LCD-screen, not an old-style CRT-screen, it is the data-cable, and its connections, that are not transmitting one of the 3 "primary" colours, e.g., mix red & blue & green to get white,
but mix only two of those colours, and you could get pink,
because the mixing is an "additive" process.
If you mix NONE of the 3 primary colours, you should get BLACK.
If you see GREEN, you're seeing ONE of the primary colours.
black = ground dark green = lights on input grey = panel lights pink = on input yellow = power input orange = battery power input
nca = shield ground tan = left fr spkr + orange/black = left & right spkr -neg lite green = right fr spkr +
nca = shield ground dark blue = right rear spkr + dark green/yellow = right & left spkr - neg brown = left rear spkr +
purple/white = display dim output pink = vehicle speed input ----------------------------------------------------------------------- **** 91 park ave without delco bose =
purple/white = display dim output pink = vehicle speed input
grey = left front - neg tan = left front + pos dark green = right front - neg light green = right front + pos
black = ground dark green = display dim signal grey = panel lights pink = power antanna yellow = ign input orange = battery power light blue = right rear - neg dark blue = right rear + pos yellow = left rear - neg brown = left rear + pos .
just to be certain you could if the person for the other laptop dont mind of course cut the two wire off your back light (bulb) and do the same for the other laptop back light . but first are the two set of wires the same colour eg on your bulb its black wire and red wire the other bulb is black wire and red wire.
the inverter only control the back light this is the bright or dim in the lcd the blurry or funny images would be the lcd or lcd cable the only other thing is the 1 in 100 shot of it being a motherboard issue (video on the motherboard). the best thing to do is take the lcd out and try a lcd from another laptop maybe a friends laptop that uses alike lcd this does not have to be the matching size just matching lcd cable connection. be careful the cable should go on with ease no force if you have to force the cable on to the try out lcd then it will not work.
To my knowledge most Kenwood head units uses the following wiring/color scheme: Yellow - always on B+12VDC such as the positive terminal of the battery; Red - switched B+12VDC such as the ACC terminal of the IGN switch; Black - Ground/chassis; Pink - not available Brown - mobile phone mute Blue - power antenna Blue / White - remote trigger for external device Pink / Black - external amplifier control wire Gray - Front Right + Gray / White - Front Right - White - Front Left +
White / White - Front Left - Purple - Rear Right +
Purple / White - Rear Right -
Green - Rear Left +
Green / White - Rear Left -
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
My guess is that ford did not change that much in a year.
1994 Ford Taurus Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Green/Yellow
Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow/Black
Radio Ground Wire: Black/Light Green
Radio Illumination Dimmer Wire: Light Blue/Red
Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: Orange/Blue
Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A
Front Speakers Size: 6 1/2′
Front Speakers Location: Doors
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Orange/Light Green
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue/White
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): White/Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Green/Orange
Rear Speakers Size: 5′ x 7′
Rear Speakers Location: Rear Deck
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Pink/Light Green
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Dark Blue/Orange
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Pink/Light Blue
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Tan/White