the radio is actually right above your gas pedal, and the hot wire plugs in the bottom The actual radio guts in models 88 - 94 was above the gas pedal and the part in the dash was similar to a wired remote with display....the radio in a 95 and newer is all in the dash. You need to remove the trim panel (simply pops off but watch your headlight switch) there will be two tabs on the radio and you push these down and pull them out. The "hot" wire is on the back of the radio It is the outside wire on the biggest portion of the plug. What was orriginally three plugs in 88 was changed to one plug. Answer I just changed the radio in my 98. The constant flow hotwire is the yellow wire in the harness. The red wire is the interrupted flow wire which turns on and off with the key.
im stuck and I need help
It runs from the hot wire on the back of the alternator to the red battery box.
Not sure what you are asking there is a white wire on the door switch for the interior lighting.
Green is the hot wire for my 2004 Chevy Colorado.
The radio was wired wrong. Sounds like the hot wire for the radio was connected to the hot wire for the headlight switch.
With the radio wire harness where you can get to use a light probe to find a wire with power to it, ignition key off. That will be the always hot wire that is used to power the memory that remembers stations when the radio is off, it should be yellow. Make note of which wire that is. Then with the key on probe the connector again for a second hot wire, it should be red. That will be the one I would think you would want to use to power your CD player
The large red wire is the battery or hot wire.
Don't know the color of the wire but you will just have to use a test light to see what wire is hot to the radio.
What is color for hot wire on a 1996 mazda b2300 truck for radio
Hi, The answer I hhave in my '97 service book is the with wire is the hot all the time. Steve H.
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Ya can.t do that anymore. As soon as you void the key code it will go into a failsafe mode. . AKA start and die ... start and die. ya need a dealed to reset it.
It is in the center of the dash just below the radio, left knob is fan speed, center is hot/cold selector, right is mode selector. 2000 Chevy Silverado LT Ext Cab 4 dr 5.3L 4x4 Z71
10W30 in winter. 20W50 in the hot months.
on my 2002 silverado it's just in front of the passenger on the and drains out there. Very noticeable after a drive in hot (especially humid) weather.
where does the hot wire come from going to the distributor on a chevy 350
because you have the radio wired to a constant hot wire .
your memory wire which is useally yellow needs to be hooked to a constent hot wire u can find one in the fuse box or under dash with test lite
5W30 weight in the winter months and 10W30 in the hot months.
Check the sending unit between the left first 2 spark plugs. Ground the wire with key on (gauge should peg full hot). If it does change the sending unit.
The Dark Green Wire should be the hot to the air compressor clutch and Black should be ground.
Check the fuse. It sound like perhaps you touched the power wire to something you shouldn't have when taking out the old one.
It may be that the "Hot wire" is connected to the Hot side of a fuse in the fusebox.
is the orange wire always hot
What it is, is your power ant. wire is hooked to your remote(control) wire of the Amp.To fix this disconnect it and connect it to the remote(control) wire. If you dont have a output labeled as this connect it to the hot wire for the radio. (do not connect it the the constant hot wire there will be two different wires)