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Do you need color codes for the deck.. they should be on a sticker on the unit itself...if you need color codes for the vehicle your driving thats another thing..does ur vehicle have a harnass?? Or was the stereo harnass and plugs cut?
white..front left +
White/black..front left -
Grey..front right +
Grey/black..front right -
Green..left rear +
Green/black..left rear -
purple..right rear +
Purple/black..right rear -
Black = Ground (to vehicle chassis)
Yellow = Constant 12V (power)
Red = Accessory (to vehicle accessory terminal)
Blue/White = Remote turn-on lead (to remote amp)
Orange/White = Illumination (to vehicle light control switch)
Brown = Cell Phone terminal
White = Left Front Speaker positive (+)
White/Black = Left Front Speaker negative (-)
Gray = Right Front Speaker positive (+)
Gray/Black = Right Front Speaker negative (-)
Green = Left Rear Speaker positive (+)
Green/Black = Left Rear Speaker negative (-)
Violet = Right Rear Speaker positive (+)
Violet/Black = Right Rear Speaker negative (-)
did you check the fuse on the back of the radio. it should be a small maxi fuse that might be rated any where from 5 to 20 amps. most of the time it might be helpful to unplug the radio harness and re plug it after 1 minute.
Even if your JVC doesn't have outputs for a subwoofer you can hook it up with the a speaker wire to RCA converter.
You just spice your rear speaker wires to this device then connect RCA's to your amp.
I've used them before... works great.