Question about Car Audio & Video
Put the contact on the ignition key and use a multimeter set on voltage to locate the power wire - it will be the only one with 12 volts on it. Then determine if the system uses a separate ground wire or the grounding is done thru the metal fitting on the hole - set the multimeter on resistance and measure the resistance between it and another part of the body, it should be less than 0.2 ohms. Then locate the speakers wires - you will locate one when the resistance between the wires and themselves or the ground will be 4.5 ohms. That is all.
You will have to add a radio antenna with its wire yourself if you need it.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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