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  1. rudeludenotmeanthough

    rudeludenotmeanthough Senior Member

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    which color is the antenna wire under in the dash? I put in a new auto antenna, and now i gotta hook it back up, so yea, which wire is it?
     
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    EGLSHB Senior Member

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    could you not just plug it into the wire at the back of the car? what year/make/model are we dealing with? factory radio? detailos...
     
  3. rudeludenotmeanthough

    rudeludenotmeanthough Senior Member

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    its a 1990 honda prelude 2.0 si. kenwood KDC322 deck, and a stock wiring harness from the prelude. I would like to know which wore to connect the Antenna to. My antenna is autommatic
     
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    hcivic.com Senior Member

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    here ya go
    HONDA/ACURA
    P o w e r
    Memory (+12v Constant) Blue/White
    Ignition (+12v Switched) Yellow/Red
    Ground (-) Black
    Illumination Red/Black
    Dimmer (none)
    Power Antenna Yellow/White
    S p e a k e r s
    Right Front (+) Red/Green
    Right Front (-) Brown/Black
    Left Front (+) Blue/Green
    Left Front (-) Gray/Black
    Right Rear (+) Red/Yellow
    Right Rear (-) Brown/White
    Left Rear (+) Blue/Yellow
    Left Rear (-) Gray/White

    PIONEER
    P o w e r
    Memory (+12v Constant) Orange
    Ignition (+12v Switched) Red
    Ground (-) Black
    Illumination Yellow
    Phone Mute Yellow/Black
    Power Antenna Blue
    S p e a k e r s
    Right Front (+) Gray
    Right Front (-) Gray/Black
    Left Front (+) Green
    Left Front (-) Green/Black
    Right Rear (+) Gray/Red
    Right Rear (-) Black/Gray
    Left Rear (+) Green/Red
    Left Rear (-) Black/Green
     
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    hcivic.com Senior Member

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    forgot to mention the kenwood and pioneer have same colours on the decks.
     
  6. rudeludenotmeanthough

    rudeludenotmeanthough Senior Member

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    thanks, i just needed to confir that it was the yellow white. its the only one that is not hooked up in the dash :p

    Again, thanks.. that should be refrenced
     
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    hcivic.com Senior Member

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    i have more
    SONY, ALPINE
    P o w e r
    Memory (+12v Constant) Yellow
    Ignition (+12v Switched) Red
    Ground (-) Black
    Dimmer Pink/White (Alpine only)
    Power Antenna Blue
    Amplifier Turn-on Blue/White
    S p e a k e r s
    Right Front (+) Gray
    Right Front (-) Gray/Black
    Left Front (+) White
    Left Front (-) White/Black
    Right Rear (+) Violet
    Right Rear (-) Violet/Black
    Left Rear (+) Green
    Left Rear (-) Green/Black
    FORD
    P o w e r
    Memory (+12v Constant) Green Yellow
    Ignition (+12v Switched) Yellow/Black
    Ground (-) Black or Fat Red
    Illumination Orange
    Dimmer Orange/White
    Power Antenna Blue (varies greatly)
    S p e a k e r s
    Right Front (+) White/Green
    Right Front (-) Green/Orange
    Left Front (+) Orange/Green
    Left Front (-) Light Blue
    Right Rear (+) Pink/Blue
    Right Rear (-) Green/orange
    Left Rear (+) Pink/green
    Left Rear (-) Pink/Blue
     
  8. rudeludenotmeanthough

    rudeludenotmeanthough Senior Member

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    yo B, all this should be referenced of sticky'd.... but its all up to you.
     
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    those are the old school Pioneer colors just to keep things straight. Pioneer switched to standard EIA colors in 2000.
     
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    dimmer is orange. The pink on Alpines is the mute.
     
  11. wildbillhatchbac

    wildbillhatchbac the OG VIP

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    what happened to the guess and check method . . .

    its one of my favorites
     
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    rudeludenotmeanthough Senior Member

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    i was affraid i would fry something.
     
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    installing new stereo...

    I was installing my new stereo first taking out the last after market stereo. The last one was wired wrong so that the stereo restarted everytime I turned off the car. In otherwords. I'd have to start my CD over from the beginning, and settings for sound and such would go back to default. I'm assuming it's because whoever installed the stereo hooked the wire that is supposed to be hooked to the blue/white 12v constant to the yellow/red 12v accessory wire instead. The problem I have now is, I can't locate the blue/white wire anywhere except paired with an additional brown/white wire(there is another brown/white wire where is should be with all the other wires needed to hook up the stereo) with a male end connector thingy. This pair of wires was not pluged into anything. Do you think that blue/white wire pared with that brown/white one is the 12v constant or something else?
     
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    neonmike Senior Member VIP

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    way to bring back a 6 year old post newb
     
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