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The Honda Clarion cassette player is a model PH-890 I just need to know what the seven wires do Power ,ground left,right speaker etc. The bike has an itercom system and dont know if some of the wires are for that
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Posted on Sep 02, 2008

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    micromaster Sep 02, 2008

    1. RED is your constant voltage,
    2. the the YELLOW is your accessory
    voltage (used when you turn key this holds the memory in the deck.)
    3. the BLACK is the ground
    4. the BLUE and GREEN are the speaker.
    5. the WHITE is
    the ground for speakers as is the small black wire..


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