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To everybody needing a wiring diagram for your car.

 

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Username: Katami

Albertville, Alabama USA

Post Number: 4
Registered: Nov-04
I hope you guys are NOT straight wiring your car, most of the places that sell you the head units also sell an adapter for your car as well. These parts vary from 10-20 dollars and simply connect to the factory wiring harness. Once you have aquired this piece and put it on, it's just a matter of connecting the colors together. I hope this helps clear somethings up for any of you that have spent a week or more hunting for a wiring diagram for your car. Also incase you just have to know what wire is what on the aftermarket HU and the wiring harness you should have bought when you bought it this is for you! ^_^

GRAY=RIGHT FRONT+
GRAY/BLACK=RIGHT FRONT-
WHITE=LEFT FRONT+
WHITE/BLACK=LEFT FRONT-
GREEN=LEFT REAR+
GREEN/BLACK=LEFT REAR-
PURPLE(violet)=RIGHT REAR+
PURPLE(violet)/black=RIGHT REAR-
BLACK=GROUND
RED=IGN+
YELLOW=BATT+
BLUE=ANT/AMP REMOTE
ORANGE=DASH LIGHTS
Again, I hope this clears things up. =)
 

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Username: Katami

Albertville, Alabama USA

Post Number: 5
Registered: Nov-04
Also before I forget,
If your harness has been chopped off or mangled a AA battery will allow you to find what speaker wires are what and where. They will make a scratching noise when you connect either the + and the - to the battery (it doesn't matter which wire goes to the battery) and it will not hurt your speakers either. As far as finding the gound and 12+ constant and the assecory +5/12 for your car you can use a multi-meter for this.

Some helpfull places to visit is:
http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/vehicles.asp
www.installdr.com
and for wiring your subs:
http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/wiringwizard.asp
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