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Old 09-26-2019, 03:33 PM   #1
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Default 6/97 Hardbody Harness side radio wires diagram??

ok ive searched high and low,service manuals,12volt.com etc etc and i cannot for the life of me find the correct wire identification to the colors i have.

basically the idiot before me cut the OEM pigtails off the radio main harness to install a aftermarket radio and for some reason didnt spend the whole $5 for a harness adapter so now im trying to put a oem harness repair kit THEN put the correct harness for aftermarket radio on lol.

wires i have are :
RED/GREEN:
GREEN/WHITE:
PINK/BLUE:
PINK/BLACK:
BLACK/WHITE:
BLACK:
BROWN//WHITE
BROWN:
GREY/RED:
GREY:
GREEN/BLACK:
GREEN:


your probably thinking why are you doing this lol.well long story short my dimmer switch has a jumper wire for it to illuminate the dash lights and my a/c button does not work so i would like to put this riging back to the proper wiring to illiminate it as a problem as the radio,a/c and dimmer are all connected according to the wiring diagrams for power.
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These are for a 95 from the factory service manual. Not sure why your truck doesnít match the 96 FSM.


RED/GREEN: battery 12vdc
GREEN/WHITE: ignition 12vdc
PINK/BLUE: Illumination +
PINK/BLACK: Illumination -
BLACK/WHITE: Right door speaker
BLACK: Right door speaker
BROWN//WHITE: Left door speaker
BROWN: Left door speaker
GREY/RED: Right rear speaker
GREY: Right rear speaker
GREEN/BLACK: Left rear speaker
GREEN: Left rear speaker
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Im not sure either but thank you very much.may need to get a better version of my service manual as im not sure exactly where or when i got it long ago. whats odd and possibly confusing me is many other websites showing completely incorrect wire color codes for the specific years.
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I was just about to make a new thread about this however I have a white, white/blue stripe, orange and orange/blue stripe. I am assuming those are my rear speaker wires. Any idea as to why this is?
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BTW, check your cigarette lighter fuse for the A/C button. That's where the button gets power from.
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I was just about to make a new thread about this however I have a white, white/blue stripe, orange and orange/blue stripe. I am assuming those are my rear speaker wires. Any idea as to why this is?
Yeah, the extended cab V6 models are different. The orange and orange/blue, and the white and white/blue are for the rear speakers but they run through the factory amplifier first. The amplifier is under the driver seat. After the amplifier the wire colors become grey and grey/red for the right rear speaker and green and green/black for the left rear speaker.
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Yeah, the extended cab V6 models are different. The orange and orange/blue, and the white and white/blue are for the rear speakers but they run through the factory amplifier first. The amplifier is under the driver seat. After the amplifier the wire colors become grey and grey/red for the right rear speaker and green and green/black for the left rear speaker.
Awesome, this solves my issue. After unbundling the previous owners wiring mess, I had noticed that the orange and white wires were connected to the orange/blue and white/blue wires (respectively). I figured they were incorrectly wired (seeing as how only one of my speakers in the car worked) so I assumed orange would go to orange/blue and white to white/blue. My one working speaker still works, however, I am getting a very muffled audio signal that sort of sounds like I am underwater. I didn't realize there was an amplifier for the rears so it makes sense since I have the wires crossed.
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Well Iíve got all my wiring corrected and now have the dimmer switch and dash lights operating correctly but still no 12v to compressor unless I give it 12v then I get nice cold ac. Iíve gone through the entire manual section on the ac and seems my problem ls somewhere in the ac relay. When I jump the relay it works but the other 2 relay wires are both grounds?? Which is not correct.doing this yesterday so going off memory If I remember one goes to the ecu and the other the ac switch. Somehow both are grounding .
Iím gonna mess with it more today but electrical can be a pain in the butt.
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Does the AC button light come on when you push the button?
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