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Wiring diagram i am wiring my alpine car stereo back to my old car , unfortunately i dont know were to connect the wires , the labels on the wires somehow got cut when i kept it in storage , need help figuring were the red , yellow , black , blue and blu/white wire connects to the car

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Red: voltage source controlled by the ignition key Yellow: constant voltage source Black: ground Blue: power antenna activation wire (if equipped) Blue/white: amplifier activation wire (if equipped)

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Which wires go together hooked all mines up and it won't come on It

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You will need the wire harness that is designed to connect to the stock stereo. Another option is to just install your alpine stereo in the car since you have the wiring harness for that. You will not be able to wire the harness for the alpine unit and have it match the plug type for your stock stereo.
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Visit this site. You can get tie stereo wiring digram from here.
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Am wiring my alpine car stereo back to my old car , unfortunately i dont know were to connect the wires , the labels on the wires somehow got cut when i kept it in storage , need help figuring were the red...

First thing you will need to do is to buy a wire adapter for your specific make & year of car. This interfaces the stock wiring plug allowing you to connect the wires from the headunit to the wires of the plug.

Here is a color coding explanation for the wires on your Alpine Deck:

P o w e r Memory (+12v Constant) Yellow Ignition (+12v Switched) Red Ground (-) Black Dimmer Pink/White (Alpine only) Power Antenna Blue Amplifier Turn-on Blue/White Phone Mute Light Blue (Sony only) S p e a k e r s Right Front (+) Gray Right Front (-) Gray/Black Left Front (+) White Left Front (-) White/Black Right Rear (+) Violet Right Rear (-) Violet/Black Left Rear (+) Green Left Rear (-) Green/Black
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I just bought Alpine car stereo CDE-100EUB but I'm having trouble connecting it to my old car toyota Rav 4 2004 model because the wire harness are different. also the alpine wires are more in numbers than...

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2004 Toyota RAV4 Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram Alpine wire color
Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/Yellow yellow
Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: Gray red
Radio Ground Wire: Brown black
Radio Illumination Dimmer Wire: Green none
Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A blue
Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A blue/white
Front Speakers Size: N/A
Front Speakers Location: N/A
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Pink white
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Purple white/black
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green gray
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Blue gray/black
Rear Speakers Size: N/A
Rear Speakers Location: N/A
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Black green
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow green/black
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red violet
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): White violet/black
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To whom it may concern, I like to find wiring diagram and connection wiring for car stereo from Range Rover Alpine XQD101580LNF. Can you please help me! Thank you, Jerry

You can obtain adapters to simply wire up your alpine with your car without any modifications of any wires at all, Making the whole process of installing new stereo easy and simple to do at home.
Contact your local auto spares shop and ask about radio wiring adapters/harnesses.
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AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO: installed an alpine stereo in my mustang and every...

That's because the memory wire has not been connected to a permanent live supply.

There will be an ignition switched 12v supply and a memory wire. The first is yellow on many brands and the second is red, but you need to refer to your fitting manual to check or look directly at the wiring harness as the wires are often individually labelled.

Since they both take 12v some folks mistakenly think that they can just be piggy-backed to each other and feed from the same supply. They can, but only if it's to a permanent live feed but that then leaves the risk of the unit being left switched on when the car is parked and draining the battery.
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Wire diagram

http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/GM-Wiring.pdf

The top half of this pdf is for a factory stereo wiring diagram for models up to 1990.
Let me know if you need extra assistance.
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I need to connect an Alpine Stereo to a 12v battery in a boat. I know that that is not recommended but we got it used. I am not sure which wires to connect to where. Could you please help me?

Connect the yellow wire directly to the battery (this is constant 12v power, to maintain memory settings). Red wire gets wired to the switched 12v system (so that the stereo turns on and off with the ignition). Blue wire (or blue/white) would be for an antenna or an amplifier (if not used, just seal it off with electrical tape). Orange wire isn't used (that's a dimmer wire for tapping into a car's dash light dimming). Black is ground. The rest of the colored pairs (gray, gray/black, green, green/black, white, white/black, purple, purple/black) are the speaker outputs. The wires with the black stripes are the negative wires in each pair. They usually say on them which color corresponds to which speaker location (front left, rear right, etc). If not, take a look on the Alpine unit - sometimes there's a decal or diagram on there, or a list, which will tell you which wires to connect to which speakers.
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