You should go to your local car shop their prices might be high be a risk taker.
Yes, I am told that is how you know where to connect the wires.
orange wire is commonly the light/dimmer switch.
You connect the positive one (commonly orange/white) to your dash lights positive.
on your car the white w/blue stripe is 12 volt power you connect it to the yellow on the jvc stereo and the yellow w/ red stripe is the 12 volt accessory connect it to the red on the jvc stereo and connect the jvc stereo ground (black) to your cars black wire on the harness
You have to buy the wiring harness for the new deck the connect the corresponding wires
Connect a speaker wire to the positive and negative terminals of the speaker, and the same wires to the positive and negative terminals of the amplifier.
Use a line out converter spliced into the rear speaker wires to connect RCAs to a sub amp.
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
to change the starter locate the transmission bell howsing the starter will be located behind the motoer close to the tranny you will need to disk connect the battery, remove two bolts and slide out the starter remember which wires were conected to which terminal and insert the new starter reconnect the wires in order of which you took them off then tighten on the bolts
You need to turn the battery off and then disconnect the stereo. You can then connect the new CD player on the same wires.
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.
Yes. Of course you can. I recommend going to Walmart of or any other store that sells car stereo do it yourself products and buy a wiring plug for that year of car. You match up the wires on one end of plug to factory wires under dash and then match up wires from back of CD player (stereo plug) to the wires on the other side of plug. Then connect the plugand insert player. The factory wires will not match up to the wires from stereo plug and can be confusing (because for example there are 5 factory wires that you will need to match to the 3 stereo plug wires just to get power to the deck) and this way you won't accidentally hook wrong wires up and possibly fry your deck or cause a short in the car's electrical system.
It depends on the situation and what the black and white wires connect to.
Run your power, ground, and remote wires. Then connect your RCAs to the back of your CD player and your amp, then connect your speakers to the amp..-ShockerI don't think the factory stereo has rca plugs in the back. You can run wires off the rear speaker wires of the stereo and wire those to rca plugs which you hook to the amp. Then you will have the rears running to the amp (for sub install). If you planned on using a 4-channel amp for all of your speakers, you could run rca's from the front channel wires and from the rear channel wires. Since they're going to an amp it won't effect the ohm rating going to the stereo.I had to do this in my Fiero when I had an older CD-player that didn't have RCA plugs. A new stereo with sub outs and front and rear outs created much better sound.
There are dozens of methods and products available to "connect two wires" Do you have specific application?
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.
THE STEREO IS CONNECTED TO THE DASH LIGHTS, MOST LIKELY YOU JUST SNAPPED THE WIRES OFF AND TWISTED THEM RIGHT? AND YOU HAD SOME EXTRA WIRES RIGHT? THOSE EXTRA WIRES WERE FOR SOMETHING...JUST GET THE ADAPTER AND CONNECT YOUR OLD STEREO HARNESS BACK... TRUST ME OK I FOUND THE SOLUTION YOU NEED TO GROUND A WIRE THAT WAS EXTRA IT IS BLACK AND YELLOW...-aojedam-
plug them in
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Wires just connect electricity cords/outlets.
Take the door apart, unscrew the speaker and there are the wires. They run from there to the back of your stereo system. If you pull out your deck you can see the other ends there