Question about Car Audio & Video
The simplest way to figure out wire colors on the ford is to purchase the radio wiring harness from a stereo shop like a Metra or Scosche harness and match the aftermarket wiring color code to the opposite side (vehicle side) of the radio plug. If you are just replacing speakers, then removing the speaker from the car with the plug attached, you can easily figure out polarity. Just connect a 9v battery to the speaker leads on the speaker (NOT THE CAR) for a second will make the cone either pop out or **** in. When the cone pops out, note the polarity of the + on the 9v battery. This is the positive for the speakers. Hope this helped.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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