The stereo wire coding for 2000 is as follows. LF Speaker(-)= brown/red RF Speaker(-)= dk blue/red LR Speaker(+)= brown/yellow RR Speaker(+)= dk blue/white LF Speaker(+)= dk green RF Speaker(+)= violet LR Speaker(-)= brown/lt blue RR Speaker(-)= dk blue/orange Ground= black Headlamp IN= black/yellow Illumination= orange Fused IGN= red/white (or yellow/red) Fused B(+)= pink (or pink/lt blue) A couple of notes: When I put new speakers in my 2000 I noticed that some of the speakers used the same colors for the left and right of the car...for instance, the coding above lists the LF speaker as brown/red(-) and dk green(+); the RF speaker is listed as dk blue/red(-) and violet(+)...my car had brown/red(-) and dk green(+) wires on BOTH the LF and RF speakers. Polarities should be accurate either way, just use the coding listed above for whatever color wiring goes to your speakers. Also, if your car is equipped with tweeters in the dash the wiring for them will match that of the front speaker for the corresponding side of the vehicle. Hope this helps you........
go to a place where they sell car stereos and ask for a wire harness for your van they only cost about 20 bucks and they pulg into your factory wire harness and the harness wires should be color matched to your stereo if it an after market stereo
The stereo wiring diagram for the 1998 Dodge Caravan is basically a wiring blueprint for that vehicle. This diagram shows exactly which wires are connected to each speaker.
Yes, I am told that is how you know where to connect the wires.
if you check out a aftermarket radio adaptor plug (sold at most auto supply stores ) they have the same color wires as the stock wires and a guide of what goes to what.
The 'fader' setting on the stereo may be set to 'rear'. The front speaker wires may be damaged or disconnected from the stereo or speaker.
buy factory coded wire kit at ant local auto parts store. simply match wires buy color then plug in to wires in dash. buy stereo dash mounting kit also read directions install only three screws for radio and three screws to remove from dash.
you have your wires routed wrong
You have to buy the wiring harness for the new deck the connect the corresponding wires
It may be related to the colors of the wires for color coordination when installing the Clarion deck.
buy a wire harrnes install kit they will have collored wires that will match the line up of your aftermarket car stereo. and then you don't have to cut any of the factury wires. if you go to sell the car you can put the facutery stereo back in
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
hi the ground wires are white the live depends on if its been wired by another but usually black or brown
look up www.streetdreams.com/wires, this could help . They have color chart for the wires and what they mean.
I have a Lincoln VII LSC installing a Jensen stereo, have one harness with amplifie. I need the diagram on the color codes for the wires to the stereo and the harness #CK-WHFD2
how do i hardwie a touch screen radio
The easiest option in the world would be to visit Best Buy or a local car audio store and buy a wiring harness for your vehicle. They are typically priced between $15-25. It will connect directly to the factory harness and MOSTLY match up color for color on the end that wires up to the aftermarket stereo. If in doubt have a professional install it.
i have the same car, and the wire is either dark or light blue.
there are a number of stereo wires but if you are installing a new stereo, it is worth buying the installation kit.it comes with a harness that will match all wires.
Any colour will do as long as they are conductors.
Assuming you are talking about a 120/240v delta system the color coding is as follows. Phase A(120v)-Black Phase B(208v "Wild leg/High phase")-Orange Phase C(120v)-Blue There are other color coding methods but this is the most common.
The wire colors that go to a Ford Explorer fuel pump are generally yellow and black but vary based on the model and year. Color coding the wires makes them easier to locate and connect correctly.
The wire color indicates what type of voltage the wire is carrying. Color coding is important for safety because the live, neutral and earth wires must never be confused. Color codes differ between Europe and USA etc.
To hook up stereo speakers in a truck, attach the stereo wiring to the stereo and run it to the speakers. Clip the stereo speakers into the wires and place them in the panel spaces in the truck.
Replacing a car stereo is not a difficult process. All you need to do is take off the face plate, unscrew the radio, and unhook the wires. Then place the new stereo in, hook up the wires, screw the new stereo in, and replace the face plate.