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Old 03-14-2005, 09:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to: Door Panels and Radio bezel removal

Here is a good resource with info on how to remove the radio bezel and door panels. Also wiring diagrams so you dont have to search for them. Maybe we can make this a sticky.


https://www.crutchfield.com/S-LL0jyI...pdf=0000120221



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Front LEFT Door: Tan (+); Gray (-)
Front RIGHT Door: Light Green (+); Dark Green (-)
Back Doors: Brown (+); Yellow (-)
Apparently, in some models, the RIGHT REAR door has blue wires. If this is the case, here is the polarity: Dark Blue (+); Light Blue (-)
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Old 03-14-2005, 11:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wheew, now i wont have to spend so looooong doing the info on this. I like that format though. Maybe I will have to spend some more time on mine.

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Definatly should be sticky'd! Great find!
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Just what I needed, thanks Jax!
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About that adapter for the chimes, do we really need an adapter for the headunit to operate correctly because I could live without those annoying chimes. If so what other wiring harness will work.
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About that adapter for the chimes, do we really need an adapter for the headunit to operate correctly because I could live without those annoying chimes. If so what other wiring harness will work.
http://www.coloradofans.com/viewtopic.p ... 65&start=0
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Old 02-25-2009, 11:31 PM   #7 (permalink)
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i downloaded the file from the link but it says i need a PDF file password.... anyone else get this? what is it?
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Well I guess I should have read this first before swapping out my door speakers..

According to Jax I have installed my speaker wires backwords. When i removed the garbage speakers I set my new ones beside them and the new ones had + on the right and I assumed it was the same way with the factory set, so I connected them up the same way... But it sounds fine, but I guess I will re-wire them..

Man I hate doing sh*! twice.
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Well I guess I should have read this first before swapping out my door speakers..

According to Jax I have installed my speaker wires backwords. When i removed the garbage speakers I set my new ones beside them and the new ones had + on the right and I assumed it was the same way with the factory set, so I connected them up the same way... But it sounds fine, but I guess I will re-wire them..

Man I hate doing sh*! twice.

Dose it hurt them wiring them backwords?
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It won't hurt them but it won't sound as good either wired backwards when the low notes hit the cone will move inwards instead of outwards having less output.
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