Assuming that you have already had a stereo in the car, try this. Start with a wire pair (positive and negative) for a speaker, place one of the wires on a nine volt battery terminal and hold it with your finger or a piece of tape. Then scratch/rub the other wire (speaker wire pair) across the other battery terminal. This scratching/rubbing will produce a static sound out of the speaker that is connected to the wire you are testing. label this wire set with where the speaker sounded off (right rear, or left front, etc.) Repeat this test with all of the speaker wire sets until you have found and labeled each speaker. Next you have to identify the two power wires, the ground wire, and the power antennae wire. The power antennae wire is usually blue. The ground is usually black or can be jumped (with a black wire) to a bare metal bracket under the dash with a self taping screw. The two power wires that remain are battery direct 12V, and switched 12V power. To test which is which, turn the ignition key OFF and remove the key (this requires that you have the car battery connected). With the key off test for 12 volts with a multitester or a test light by touching the ground lead of your multitester or test light to bare metal under the dash and touch the positive lead of the tester to each of the remaining two wires. The one that produces 12V on the tester is battery direct and should be connected to the "memory"/"battery" positive wire of your CD deck. Now put your key into your ignition and turn the ignition switch to "acc" or to "on" NOT "start". Now test the remaining wire for 12 volts in the same manner as above. If it produces 12V now with the tester and not when the key is OFF, this is your "keyed" or ignition" or main power wire. This wire goes to your ignition power wire on your CD deck. Note, If you want to listen to your stereo without the key in hook both of the CD's power wires to the "battery" wire from the car. THIS will drain you battery to death if you leave your stereo on, so be aware!
go to your local car audio shop and get a installation kit and a wire harness and all the wires will be color coded to match your car and it will be a easy installation
Yes. Of course you can. I recommend going to Walmart of or any other store that sells car stereo do it yourself products and buy a wiring plug for that year of car. You match up the wires on one end of plug to factory wires under dash and then match up wires from back of CD player (stereo plug) to the wires on the other side of plug. Then connect the plugand insert player. The factory wires will not match up to the wires from stereo plug and can be confusing (because for example there are 5 factory wires that you will need to match to the 3 stereo plug wires just to get power to the deck) and this way you won't accidentally hook wrong wires up and possibly fry your deck or cause a short in the car's electrical system.
Try replacing the plugs and wires
In my personal experience, two common reasons for no spark on a 1988 Chevy Celebrity are: The crankshaft position sensor has failed. The ignition module has failed. There are the usual other possible problems including failed coils or bad spark plug wires Also it is possible that the engine computer has failed.
buy an instalation kit and match the wires color for color
you either did not gap the plugs to spec or you put this wires on wrong
Match the wires by their color codes and splice them together with splice connectors and a crimping tool.
Chevrolet Firing Order 18436572
Try replacing the plugs and wires
there is no cable. it has an electronic transmission with wires
They had all different colored wires.
You should hook up the wires for a tach on a 1985 Chevrolet s10 blazer to the negative side of the coil. You should be sure to identify the positive and negative sides of the coil.Ê
Ussually the speaker wires coming out of the back of the radio itself are green, purple, white, and grey.
Buy a harness for it.. then just match color to color... dont worry about the RCAs or a sinbgle blue wire.. those are only if you have an amplifier. There may also be a couple orange ones. not important. Hope this helps.. P.S. Dont forget to wrap the wires in electrical tape or something similar after splicing =)
Could be the wires are reversed?
It is at the rear of the engine and has the plug wires coming out of it.
You simply need to match up with wires on the ceiling fan with the wires in the ceiling. Remember Black is always hot! http://www.harborbreeze-ceilingfans.com/
A local garage is charging me $278-ish for plugs and wires on a 2007 Chevy Equinox today.
To insulate the wires
yellow and brown
Check out an auto parts store or call the Chevrolet dealership.
Some possible causes for the engine to sputter: Bad fuel pump not enough pressure Bad fuel injector Bad air filter Bad fuel filter Bad spark plugs or wires
Take the door panel off. Match the Wires.
Best bet is to buy an factory harness adaptor kit and use the wires that are there (if they are, sometimes they only put front or rear or vise versa), but in most cases front and back are there and hook it up that way (speaker wires), power are there if the car came with a radio...hope this answer the ? == == The stock stereo had the wires listed on top of it, if it is not there, look at each speaker to see what color the wires are, the wires to each with a line are negative, other wires there are 2 red hot wires a black ground and if you have it blue is power antenna. one of the hot wires is un-switched (always hot), it is used to keep the clock and light up the display only, the other is for the receiver. There also might be an Orange wire that is not needed for an after market head unit. It is much easier to buy the adapter plugs for the after market unit, those you just match the wires from the unit to adapter color by color. As an after thought, you could hook the power and ground first then test each speaker one at a time to get the fader and balance correct. (it's been about 14 years since I had to mess with wires with the plugs cut off.)