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According to any wiring diagrams I have looked at for the radio in your vehicle (both the premium and base systems), the only wire that I see that could get pretty much anyone confused unless they know is a dimmer wire coming from your headlamp switch. The only reason I cannot be 100 percent sure is because according to the wiring diagrams it is a black and yellow wire but I don't see any other wire with yellow that could cause a question. To be sure you can always check at the connector on the headlamp switch and check for continuity but if I were a betting man I would put my money on this. I went on and gave you the wiring diagram for the base system (without an amp). Not sure how well you can see anything due to a size limit on pictures but I hope I was able to help.
Posting wire diagrams would be illegal since it would violate a copyright. You can pick up a Hanyes or Chilton auto repair manual for your truck at a local auto parts store. It will have your wire diagrams in it.
Ok, read the data plate on the motor. Does it have a zero with a line straight through it. That means it's single phase. Also the plate may list two different voltages 110/220ac correct. On the inside of the panel of the box where the cord connects it will have a two diagrams. One marked low voltage, the other high voltage. You want 220ac so follow the high voltage diagram. Since it's single phase the green wire will go to a green screw in the box. The black wire from your cord is positive and the white negitive (actually neutral but shown on diagrams as negitive). The wire coming out of the motor will have numbers on it's casing. Follow the connection points on the diagram. Don't worry if you hook them backwards the motor just won't turn. It won't hurt anything.