I had problems finding mine ('96 Nissan 4wd king cab), because there is a factory installed amplifier under the passenger seat, so all the wires going to the speakers change colour after exiting the amp. Have a look at what goes into and out of the amp... i just ended up bypassing mine.
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I am trying to install an after market stereo into a 97 Nissan Pickup. I do not know what the wires from the 97 Nissan Pickup do, however, I do know what the wires on the stereo that is to be installed are (i.e. ground = black, yellow = battery). I do not know which wire to attach in aftermarket stereo's wires to in order to make it work and not cause damage to the stereo or the truck.Thank you for your time and consideration. This has been driving me crazy!Cheers-
The starter solenoid? Attached to the starter. Round thing, wires, etc.
It is directly above the clutch pedal, hanging from it's wires.
Factory replacement info:In-dash stereo 7-1/8" depth; Size code DD,I Front speakers Dash: Tweeter factory speaker note Front Door: 6-3/4" Rear speakers Rear Door: 5" Try to use the Nissan speaker adapters plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess up the electric system, you can get those from eBay or amazon.
try a tune up fuel filter, plugs, wires ect...
remove the speaker covers from fear deck. remove the four screws that hold the speakers in the rear deck. four screws hold each speaker in place. unplug the wires from the connecters. if aftermarket speakers cut after plug and splice new speaker wires into existing factory wires. reverse the procedure to install new speakers.
The speaker wires on a 2005 Avalanche are white. Most automobile manufacturers use white wires for the speaker wires. After market speaker wires are usually red or blue in color.
on factory wire harnes, there are 5 speaker wires. 4 are (+). on speakers, but only one (-). when i hook up aftermarket head unit do i hook up all negative speaker wires together
Go to this site they almost every auto factory wiring diagram for free. www.the12volt.com
the speaker wires are on the drivers side under the plastic runner at door they are green and dark green and blue and dark blue
Use a line out converter spliced into the rear speaker wires to connect RCAs to a sub amp.
Answer, Ways to test for sound.First off it would be a good idea to check your speakers work. Remove them to see if they are in fact connected, DISconnect them one by one and do a battery check with each speaker. Simply use a 9v alkline battery and place the battery on to the speaker terminals(DO NOT connect the battery to the wires comming from the car or radio) do this test to expect a click or popping sound from the speaker being tested. Once you have checked that each speaker response to the battery it is now time to use one speaker as your testing tool to find or check for output sound off of your radio. Take just one of your working speakers and extend wires from the spkr terminals long enough for the speaker to be places on your seat or a safe and stable service. Remove the radio and locate the speaker wire output or wiring diagram if available. Most after market radios like Alpine,Sony and Pioneer will have a standard wireing system..as follows, (+Gray,-gray/back=front right)(+white,-white/black=front left)(+green,-green/black=left rear)(+purple,-purple/black=rear right) NOTE(Do not connect the 2 wires together but 1 wire from the speaker lead, to only 1 wire from the speaker out on the radio and the other speaker lead wire with the other speaker out from the radio) Connect the leads from the speaker to the speaker wires that lead dirrectly out of the radio to check for sound. If you have a Nissan radio in your car you will need to refer to the wireing diagram to locate the speaker output wires. Be sure not to confuse the power wires with the speaker wires or you run the risk of popping your test speaker.It would be a good Idea to use an old junk speaker while doing this test.(After market power wires are commonly solid yellow+ ,solid red+ or somtimes solid orange+)The factory Nissan speaker wires that you find at the speaker should match the same colors behind the OEM radio to narrow down your options. If your system has a factory or after market amp you will need to do a more advance check. Good Luck answered by Salvatore SAnswerjust save the time and buy a new stereo I,d go after the fuse that controls the factory amps, Fuse is located on the left hand side of dashboard (Lower) on drivers side.
if your car has a factory amp you might have to mess around with the factory remote wire(this is what tells the amp to turn on) good luck
The left speaker wire (+) is dark green, and the left speaker wire (-) is brown/red in the door of a 1997 Dodge Ram. For the right speaker, the right speaker wire (+) is purple, and the right speaker wire (-) is dark blue/red.
stock wire harness speaker wires are always Gray, White< purple< green
Each Speaker in the car has its own individual amplifier. You can use the wires that feed those amps to use regular speakers, no need to run individual new wires. Install a regular, cut the wires that go to the amp. Wire directly to speaker. You can locate the wires behind the radio. Use a small AAA battery and you can "pop" the speaker to locate the proper wires that run to the location. Put one wire on the positive of the batter and the other on the negative. It won't hurt the speaker and its easy.. you can use a small 9v too...
Other things that speaker wires can be used for is power transmission. Speaker wires have negative and positive glued together in the insulation, it isn't intended for this purpose but can work.
take off the door panels and unscrew the speaker from the door and unhook the wires and in reverse order install the new speaker(s).......
Answer6.5" speakersTry to use the Nissan speaker adapters plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess up the electric system, you can get those from eBay or amazon.
The red wire is the positive wire. The yellow and green wires are the speaker wires. The brown or black wire is the ground wire. The white wire is and auxiliary wire.
To find your speaker wires, check your owners manual. You should find a diagram with the location and color of your speaker wires.
with front pillar speakersFactory Stereo Installed [change]Factory replacement info:In-dash stereo7" depth; Size code IFront speakersDash: Tweeter factory speaker noteFront Door: 6-3/4"Rear speakersRear Deck: 6-3/4" this site gives you all the info you need:http://www.crutchfield.com/S-96jByR9lvTK/app/car/mycar.aspxhowever you should alway listen to speakers before you buy!!take your favorite CD to best buy and try to blow them.Try to use the Nissan speaker adapters plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess up the electric system, you can get those from eBay or amazon.