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Wiring codes speaker wiring codes would help me rewire correctly thanks

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  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2007

    i need a code for my kenwood cd player

  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2007

    is there away I can get the code to reset my kcd mp528?

  • VirgoLdy Dec 03, 2007

    Can I get the code to reset my KDC MP528 in my car

  • MonaCJ5 Jan 09, 2008

    I was give a Clarion ARX6470 indash with patc cord to CD changer.The 16 pin plug in the back of the unit has 13 wires. What goes to what > Color coded. Thanks Frank

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2008

    What does the blue wire need to be connect to?

  • Jennifer Tedrow Mar 18, 2008

    I need to know what each wire means that way I can connect them to where they need to be!

  • CJL009 Apr 06, 2008

    Need to know what color wire goes where, for the entie wire in plug. Please and Thank You.

  • randy5462 May 10, 2008

    can any one tell me what the color codes for wires are on a Pioneer Deh-p3900mp are? I know the ones for the speakers but not the rest. There is a yellow....... red...... with whit stripe. Any help would be great. I just bought this thing and I want to make sure it works.

  • Anonymous May 27, 2008

    I need to know what the colors mean on the wires coming from the cd player.

  • Anonymous Aug 26, 2008

    wiring color codes what color goes to speaker/power etc..



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Below is a listing of the radio wires and what they control.

1995 Chevrolet Camaro car radio wiring schematic
Car Radio Battery Constant 12 volt Wire: Orange
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12 volt Wire: Yellow
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Brown
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Pink
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Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A
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Car Audio Front Speakers Location: Doors
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire: Tan
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire: Gray
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire: Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire: Dark Green
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Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire: Yellow
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire: Brown
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire: Dark Blue
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire: Light Blue

Fitted new stereo, all powered up and signifying output but nothing coming from speakers. didnt have a radio in it when i bought it so unsure where to start looking

Chances are you did not wire it correctly. Ensure you Test the Speaker Wires with a 9Volt Battery to ensure the speakers are good and then match the wires to the corresponding connections

Wiring schematic for a RCA model F31672ET television

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Trying to install and rewire the kenwood KDC-MP149 cd player into my 1997 lancer. having problems matching up the wire colours thanks

I recommend you purchase a wiring harness. This will make the install much easier. You can match up the wires of the radio and the harness with ease (since all aftermarket radios have standardized color coding for the wires). You vehicle wires will never match the radio, unless it's stock. You can purchase one at Hope this helps.

I get protect error on my car stero, can u help solve the problem. Thanks, VJ

The "PROTECT" message is associated with an audio output issue. This is usually a shorted / damaged / mis-wired speaker output wire(s) between the the radio and speakers or external amplifier, but may be a damaged output transistor inside the radio.

Carefully inspect the speaker output wires of the radio. Make sure all are intact, insulation is not chafed, stripped or otherwise damaged. Tape or repair when found. Double check the wiring (if this is a new installation) to be sure it is correct. Rewire as needed.

After making repairs, power up the radio and see if it works. If it does not, damage has probably occurred inside the radio as a result of the damaged speaker wiring being allowed to exist too long or turning to volume up for even a relatively short period of time. It can also happen if connected to very low impedance speakers. Any of these conditions can cause internal components to fail. The radio will probably have to be professionally repaired to play as expected again.

Hopefully, you'll find and correct a speaker wire problem and it will play again. If my reply was helpful, please rate it "4 thumbs up". Thanks & good luck!

I am replacing the speakers in my 2000 Pontiac Grand Am. The replacement speakers have a positive and a negative, while the speakers that are in the car have plugs: two wires into each side of the speaker....

Upgraded audio systems in cars may have different wiring. In my case, I have an EQ, and therefore the manufacturer built the crossover into the amp. One set of wires going to the speaker "carries" the "highs" and goes to the tweeter (which is part of the speaker, not separate.) The other set of wires carries the lows and goes to the woofer part of the speaker. To combine the two wires would have blown the amp. In other words, I needed a component set for my back speakers. Unfortunately, 6x9 is not used as often now, which required the Best Buy Tech to rewire the speaker to separate the signals. I am so grateful for them. I reread my original post which may not have had enough information to answer. The expert was correct for the front speakers, which had two wires going to the positive and two going to the negative.

My 93 camaro z28, stereo wiring is all jacked up.i dont have 12v for my memory.the factory wire harness is cut off how do i wire it to my aftermarket stereo

Use A test Light to Locate KEY OFF Power for Memoey, And the Same for KEY ON POWER For Radio Power Lead. there ARE EXTRA of Both @ Fuse BOX. Speakers are Colored Alike In Pairs Of 2 Look for 4 Pair for 4 Channel Set up. OR REWIRE SPEAKERS all together as this is the Most Effective Way to Wire Speakers Anyway. I Hope this Sheds Some Light on your Problem and Helps you Wire it Correctly Feel FREE to REPLY With ANY QUESTIONS.

Replacing factory radio

I am not sure what kind OEM radio yu got? sometimes the factory radio is floating ground, you must becareful, do not touch any wireto your car body.

First check the speake wire, use a 9v battery touch the speaker wire + and -to find out which is which and then one by one connect to your OEM radio and turn on and find out if it is a correct side or front and back.

hope this can help you a little bit.

Broken right speaker

the only way to fix,is to colour code them back together,or go spend some more $$$ on new ones....later

Car stereo installation speakers

Your old unit was a common ground unit meaning all speaker grounds as well a radio ground were the same. The new unit should NOT be connected to this wire configuration. Newer units change the potential difference of the speaker power meaning that the - wire of the unit may have negative 24v on it so IT CANNOT BE REFERENCED TO EARTH OR CHASSIS GROUND.

I would recommend rewiring the speakers to the radio for best reliability and sound quality.
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