It is just behind the throttle body. it is socket like thing that has a wire coming out of it.
The Speedometer control wire is Dark Green with White stripe & comes from C11 on the White PCM/ECM connector under the passenger seat. Look for bad connection or wire from PCM/ECM to instrument cluster.
in the red or white at the back of the speakers
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There are for stereo wiring color codes. The red wire is the positive wire. The black wire is a ground wire. The green wire is the speaker wire. The white wire is the auxiliary wire.
The 2001 Toyota stereo wiring uses five different colors. The red wire will be for the positive wire. The black wire is the ground wire. The stereo speaker wires are yellow and green. The auxiliary wire is white.
If it is an after market stereo, sound as if someone spliced the stereo power source wire (Hot Wire) into the wire going to the headlight switch.
not having looked at a lanos, But most cars the break light comes on when a switch is operated have a look at the break pedal there is mostly a switch on top of the pedal near the pivot part check to see if a wire a has come off or check function of the switch itself
I put an aftermarket system in my intrigue, and don't recall a "stereo accessory wire". Do you mean the power antenna wire? Or is this a wire on your aftermarket box? Here's a GM diagram: http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/GM-Wiring.pdf
the wires harness has a orange, wire what does this wire splice to when installing a new stereo also the lime green wire and a black with yellow strip what do these also go too
The Mazda stereo wiring consists of five different colors. The red wire is the positive wire. The black wire is the ground wire. The purple and yellow wires are the speaker wires. The white wire is the auxiliary wire.