check out 12volt.com i found diagrams there for my 91 voyager. hope they can help
I have a Grand Voyager '94 and maybe could be the same colors for your car... This is mine: I had 2 slots on my original radio, so I have to cut the next wires to connect them to the new radio and it works perfectly:
Blue/Red -> RightFront - Violet -> RightFront + Bue/Orange -> RightRear - Blue/White -> RightRear +
Red/White -> 12vt Accessory
Grey/Red -> LeftFront -
Green -> LeftFront +
Grey/Blue -> LeftRear -
Brown/Yellow -> LeftRear +
Black/Green -> Chassis Ground
Red -> 12vt Constant
Hope this help
When changing anything electrical it is important to have gloves and a diagram. The wiring diagram for a stereo in a 2001 Chrysler Voyager can be found in the maintenance manual.
You can find a stereo wiring diagram for a 99 Voyager in the vehicle's owner's manual. You can also find it at local auto retail stores.
Go to www.installdr.com its where i got the diagram for my 92 sundance
This procedure is done exactly the same as you would change a monaural antenna.
go to www.Installdr.com it will have all the wiring diagrams for any car.
The stereo wiring diagram for a Ford is a drawing showing the wiring placement for the stereo. The diagram will be different for various cars and trucks.
When changing or replacing parts of a stereo it is important to have a diagram. In a 1998 Toyota Avalon the wiring diagram for the stereo is found in it manual.
A pioneer wiring diagram will show wiring placement for the installation of the stereo and the speakers. This diagram is included with the purchase of the stereo.
Yes, most radios have built in amps. They supply somewhere around 10-15 watts RMS per channel.
A stereo wiring diagram for a 1982 Toyota 4WD can be found in the stereo's instruction manual. You can also find stereo diagrams by contacting the manufacturer.