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You should got the factory crossover harness would been no colors to match and you wouldnt need cut the factory harness. Crutchfield sells them for every vehicle made. Striped wires are speakers dont hook up the orange wire at all that the illumination black is ground red is constant power
I assume you want to know which color wires are what from the factory stereo to hook up the Alpine which you have the wire colors for?If you call a Ford dealer,they normally will provide the information for free.I googled a couple of sites but the minimum they want is $14.Good luck! Greg
If you are splicing directly into the vehicle wiring, just match up the wires from your Kenwood to the appropriate vehicle wire by function, not color. If you are using an aftermarket vehicle specific wiring harness, such as the Metra 70-1817, the colors should match up with the Kenwood wires.
Thanks for using FixYa. The wiring color code for 1996 toyota camry stereo are as under--
Constant 12V+ Blue/Yellow Switched 12V+ Gray Ground Brown Illumination Green Dimmer n/a Antenna Trigger Black/Red Antenna Driver's Pillar Front Speakers 5 1/4" Doors Left Front (+) Pink Left Front (-) Purple Right Front (+) Light Green Right Front (-) Blue Rear Speakers 6" x 9" Tail Gate Left Rear (+) Black Left Rear (-) Yellow Right Rear (+) Red Right Rear (-) White
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You can find the wiring color code for the '93 Bravada here.
To avoid cutting or tapping into the vehicle wiring and to make a more professional installation, you may want to consider an aftermarket wiring harness. The one located at this link appears to be the correct one for your vehicle. Scosche, Metra and other make harnesses for most all vehicles. They are usually stocked and sold by local car audio shops, places like Best Buy, and many online retailers such as www.crutchfield.com and www.sonicelectronix.com.
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you can buy the proper harness for any vehicle at most stereo shops or even some at WalMart, but you have to hook it to the one that plugs into the radio. The colors on each harness will be identical- just match them up.