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Wiring for stock 90' Loyale radio
Posted 19 March 2004 - 08:37 PM
Posted 19 March 2004 - 09:07 PM
The color code is. (according to my book)
Green = batt. power
Blue w/yellow = key power
Black = gound
White w/blue = right rear+
Blue w/black = right rear -
Yellow w/white = left rear +
Blue w/red = left rear -
Tape up the white and yellow wires and just run new speaker wire to the fronts like I said. And make sure to unplug the stock connecters to the front speakers. They can be found behind the kick panel plates and the left side should have a Blue w/red and Yellow wire going into a plug that comes out with a Blue and a White wire. The blue will be ground and the white will be power.
In the left kick panel you will find a plug with a White and a Blue w/black wire going in and a White and a Blue wire comming out. The White is the pos. and the Blue is the neg.
The plugs "should" be red.
Good luck and let us know how you make out.
Posted 20 March 2004 - 12:06 AM
Posted 20 March 2004 - 09:57 AM
You might consider buying a new unit. I'm running a rock-botton Pioneer (about $120) in my 93, and even that one is excellent. Also, Kenwood has a very nice one for under $100.
I used to piss around with old stereo equipment, but not any more. It's just not worth the effort, IMO. The new stuff is dirt cheap, sounds great, and is hassle free if you are willing to run some wires yourself. As mentioned above, the factory wiring to the rears needs to be altered or replaced to be compatible with the modern systems.
Don't forget to upgrade the speaks too if you want a really kick-rump roast sound system. The stock Clarions won't cut it.
good luck, John
Posted 20 March 2004 - 12:34 PM
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