The wire harness for the stereo is suitable for the stereo power. The "ignition" (ACC) wire that is convenient to use for the stereo/accessories is the power wire for the fan control knob. The fan control only gets power in "accessories" or "on" therefore is as good as a remote.
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(Power pin, looking at the front of the fan control plug)
(To be sure you are using the right wire (before cutting it), insert accessory wire into the front of plug and see if the stereo works with the key in the ACC position.)
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there is no ignition wire for the stereo, so what you need to do (what i did) is take the ignition wire from the cigarette lighter, as it only works when the ignition is on. i extended my stereo live ignition cable (u can use any wire) and fed it through to the cigarette lighter cable, made a little cut in the plastic casing of the wire, attached my wire to it, covered it with electrical tape, and voila, the stereo now works as normal!! hope this helps, if its not clear, let me know. rikxx
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.
Tutorial here http://forums.justcommodores.com.au/holden-commodore-how-s/3935-installing-stereo-into-vn-vs.html
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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
No they should be fine.
your ground wire for the stereo is connected to the ignition wire of the car
The stereo wiring diagram is a drawing showing the structure and lines for installing Êcar amplifier, car radio, subwoofer or car stereo. The diagram saves you the time and headache of doing this task.
yes a 12v constant is a wire that has 12 volts even with the ignition off, you should not have to run a new wire the existing stereo should have one for station memory. with the ignition off test all wires on the stereo connector, only one should have power.
No, have to use line-out converters.
Sometimes, you should either read your warranty or ask your dealer.
It may be related to the colors of the wires for color coordination when installing the Clarion deck.
take it back to the guy who put the stereo in and complain.
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
on my Oldsmobile the radio will continue to play with ignition off until the door is opened
so you can plug in accessories which use usb type plugs. like i-pods
Blue, Green, Red, Black, White or Yellow. Not sure which one.
Depends. Typically red is hot and black, however on an automotive stereo its typically yellow to +12, red to ignition/accesory +12, and black to negative
No color diagrams, but a really good "colorful" description of the radio/stereo wiring connections.See "Related Questions" below, which include wiring connections and a detailed procedure for installing a new stereo.
No it doesn't. The acc wire on your stereo is for accessory from your ignition switch. That's so you can turn your car key back and run your stereo without turning on the engine.