I'd suggest if you have a manual such as a chiltons manual for your car, in the back before the index, they will usually have wiring schematics in the back identifying the wiring colors, and the circuit of which you are working on. I had to do this with my '90 4-runner.
The speaker wires on a 2005 Avalanche are white. Most automobile manufacturers use white wires for the speaker wires. After market speaker wires are usually red or blue in color.
To find your speaker wires, check your owners manual. You should find a diagram with the location and color of your speaker wires.
The speaker wires for the 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee are dark green and brown for the left front speaker and gray and brown for the right front speaker. The rear speaker wires are dark green and dark blue or violet on the left and gray and tan or gray and dark blue on the right.
Not sure of the color, but I learned a trick all you need is a battery from a cordless drill. If you have the radio disconnected You can use the battery on the speaker wires just touch the wires to the battery and youll hear a sound .
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There is no ground for any of the speakers in a car. You will find to wires that go to the speaker but NEVER have the speaker wires touch any body metal. If you tie any of the speaker wires to ground you will short out the amplifier in the radio. On Ford vehicles the radio outputs are what they call Bridged Tied Loads. The speaker wires are not referenced to ground or battery. If you wish to find out the phasing of the speaker just put a 9 volt battery across the speaker wires and the speaker cone will either advance or retrack. Do this to all the speakers and note what color wir was on the 9 volt battery terminal
yellow and brown
The color of speaker wire doesn't matter, it's what it's made of. Also, expensive speaker wire is a rip off. You should just buy cheap speaker wires and that's good.
Other things that speaker wires can be used for is power transmission. Speaker wires have negative and positive glued together in the insulation, it isn't intended for this purpose but can work.
left is yellow and brown the right is light blue and dark blue
purples and greens are usally back and whites and grays are usally fronts
The speaker wire color codes on a 1993 Toyota Camry are yellow, green, red, and black. The wires have a harness on the end designed to allow for easy connection to speakers.
Red is usually positive and Black negative. Make sure you do not get this backwards. I recommend 0/1 or 0/2 AWG (Guage) Wire
I lost the wiring colors codes but it's fairly easy. The key is to find out what the color codes are for the vehicle your connecting the radio to. After that, yellow and red wires on the 2500 are your positive and negative, and the remaining wires are Speaker wires - FRONT Left, FRONT Right, REAR Left, REAR right. Once your power wires are connected just connect speakers to each set of matching color wires and mark which speaker comes on.
idk exactly.. but you can look at each of your speakers and write down the color of the wire going to it.. it will be the same color wire at the connector on the dash.. so now you know ,which wires go to which speaker. when figuring out (+) and (-) , the wire with a black line on it should be the negative. now after you have all the speaker wires figured out, the only two wires left at the dash should be a red (power +) and a black one (ground)....
Normally you have two wires one will be a solid color and one will be the same color but has a stripe (black) that will be your negative. But sometimes it won't matter if you have reversed unless they run to an amp.
Every wire behind the radio is seperately labeled as to where it goes.
On most they have a built in amp so you need a wiring harness
The left speaker wire (+) is dark green, and the left speaker wire (-) is brown/red in the door of a 1997 Dodge Ram. For the right speaker, the right speaker wire (+) is purple, and the right speaker wire (-) is dark blue/red.
Not sure about ALL wires, but a generic speaker wire is just copper metal wires.
Most fords place a wiring diagram on the top cover of their radios.You can use the pin connections to locate the correct wires for each speaker.
Just hook the right colored wires up to the speakers. In truth, it isn't going to matter which side of the speaker they're hooked to. It'll sound fine.
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Ussually the speaker wires coming out of the back of the radio itself are green, purple, white, and grey.