Noooo, lol they should all have a seperate location, look at a wiring diagram from your factory speaker harness, or buy an adapter from scosche or something (available at wal-mart for like 7 bucks) to standardize them. And your speaker wire should not be hooked up to the ground EVER.
Black - Ground Red - 12V Yellow - Battery
The red and yellow may OCCASIONALLY be required to be at the same place, but i've only had to do this with a vehicle from the 60's.
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Surely you mean that your cd player is connected to the accessory power and not the starter. If you want your cd player to receive constant power then locate the accessory power wire of the cd player(the one that receives power when the key is on) and connect it to a FUSED constant power source(battery). Usually, if it's a three wire hookup it will be yellow, red and black. Yellow (constant power), red (switched power) and black is ground. If this is the hook up then the red needs constant power. If it's a two wire hook up, red (switched) and black(ground), then the red needs constant power.
you rca hookup, back of cd player is rca out, at the amp it is rca in, make shure you hook up blue remote wire, also make shure you have a good ground if not amp will not turn on. if you run wires make shure you run power wire down one side of car and remote and rca down the other, This will keep all motor noise out of system.
ok black is ground hook that up to the black factory wire then red is remote and yellow is battery so you need to find the wire that is a constant 12 volts and hook up the yellow to that then find the wire that has 12 volts when you turn the car on that would hook up to the red wire then you need to determine your speakers. the white is the + and white/black is the - for the front left speaker. the gray set is for the front front right speaker. the green set is for the the rear left speaker. the purple set is for the rear right speaker.
Hello! Since I do not know if your vehicle is equipped with the Standard or Premium System I'll give both sets of wiring...You can identify which system you have by looking at the color of the ground wire...
make sure the yellow wire is hooked up and is getting 12v and the red wire is getting power to if this is all right unhook the red wire and add some speaker wire to it and hook it up to the fuse box and also make sure you have it grounded and the antenna cord is plugged in
Red - Power Yellow - primary power must be joined to the red blue - Remote Black - ground or negative To find your speaker wires check the color of the cord behind each speaker than match it with the same color in the dash. or the easy way is to use a normal 1.5v penlight battery and try each speaker cord behind the dash and listen to which speaker give off a crackling noise so you can get the balance on the cd player right. If u trying to find power in the car and don't have a tester than get a 12v light or bulb join the negative to the body and push the positive wire into each one of the holes in the factory plug in the dash one at a time until the light comes on. That is your positive the rest is easy. (DIY guru)
The yellow wire does not get used unless you have a power antenna to hook it to. The red wire is suppose to be hooked to the wire that was used as power for the stock stereo, so it turns on and off with the key. If you have it hooked to constant power, it has power coming to it even when it's turned off. That and the fact that you may need a better ground is most likely the reason you're getting the moise even when turned off. You may also want to check your speaker connections.
Red- Constant Power -
Yellow - Ignition power - 12v
Black - Ground
Blue - Ant & memory
Orange - Dimmer
All the wires that have 2 of the same color are speaker wires
ex - green, and green with stripe. The one with a stripe is the Negitive
In most cases the red and yellow need to be together to get the cd player to start if you dont have 2 hook ups for both constant and ignition powers.
The black ground can go to any bolt that is screwed into a metal grounded object. The blue and orange are not needed unless you have a harness that supports the dimmer and memory feature.
If you cd player works with this but wont keep settings or time, hook up the blue to the power so it can constantly save your settings.
All the speaker wires a total of 4 diffrent sets of 2 can go anywhere as long as you dont want to fade or bal your speakers if so you need to test them by hooking up 1 speaker at a time to find out where it leads to. GOOD LUCK