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I believe the power problem is related to the Remote wire which should be blue or yellow. The remote wire is suppose the turn the Basslink on and off when the radio is turned on and off. The yellow wire is normally used for power antenna. Traditionally the remote wire is blue.
You can use a Speaker level adapter and splice in with the L/R rear speaker wires, and the adapter will convert the speaker level to line level. The output of the adapter will go to the Rear speaker input on the basslink., Write back if you need more detail on the adapter.
their should be a blue and blue white wire on the Sony radio. cut the blue wire and then connect the car side to the blue white wire and tape off the blue wire that is on the radio side.
the blue wire only turns on when the radio is activated. the blue white wire is activated when the radio is turned on.
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90 Ford Aerostar Colby Stereo System Wiring color code:
Speaker Power Ground Left Front Orange/light green Light Blue/white Right front White/light green Dark green/orange Right Rear Tan/light green Brown/black Left Rear Tan/white Tan/yellow
Yellow/black = Hot - Key On Light green/yellow = Hot - Direct to Battery Light blue/Red = Radio lights Black = Ground Black/light green = Ground
This is what I found for you,hope it helps. Good luck.
Battery light green to yellow
Accessory yellow/black red
ground black black
Illumination light blue.red orange/white
Power antenna amp=blue blue
LF + orange/light green white
LF - light blue/white white/black
RF + dark green/orange gray
RF - white/light green gray/black
LR + gray/light blue green
LR - tan/yellow green.black
RR + orange/red violet
RR - brown/pink violet/black
the brown wire is the LR+,yellowLR-. The drk blue is the RR+,lt blue is the RR-.If this dose not work test speakers.IF speakers work make sure you have a good output from stereo with the old speakers.Are you using the factory deck?
The amp's remote turn-on wire is probably connected to the blue wire coming from the back of the stereo - this is intended for a power antenna, which is why it only works when listening to the radio.
Disconnect it from the blue wire and connect it to the blue/white wire coming from the back of the receiver and you should be good to go.