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What is the color codes for a 1996 Grand Am stock FM AM radio?

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2006-05-27 21:48:19
2006-05-27 21:48:19

1989-1990 And Newer AS VIEWED FROM MATING END OF CONNECTOR A B C D E F G H I J K L M N Typical GM Factory Pin What It Is In Dash Wire Color A Left Front Spkr (-) Light Gray B Left Front Spkr (+) Tan C Right Front Spkr (-) Light Green D Right Front Spkr (+) Dark Green E Ground Wire Black F Not Used G Headlight Dimmer Wire Gray H Power Antenna Turn On Pink (if available) I +12 Volt Ignition Wire Yellow J +12 Volt Battery Wire Orange K Right Rear Spkr (-) Light Blue L Right Rear Spkr (+) Dark Blue M Left Rear Spkr (-) Yellow N Left Rear Spkr (+) Brown

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