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The wiring diagram for this really isnt too good in the manual. It shows a 16 and a 20 pin connector. The colors should be as follows though.
1 (LB/RD) Illumination
2 (BK) Illumination, Ground
3 (RD/BK) Voltage supplied in Start (overload protected)
4 not used
5 (OG/RD) Speaker, right rear +
6 (BN/PK) Speaker, right rear
7 (WH/LG) Speaker, right front +
8 (DG/OG) Speaker, right front
9 (LG/VT) Voltage supplied at all times (overload protected)
10 (BK/PK) Voltage in Run or Accessory (overload protected)
11 (BK/LG) audio, Ground
12 (GY/LB) Speaker, left rear +
13 (TN/YE) Speaker, left rear
14 (OG/LG) Speaker, left front +
15 (LB/WH) Speaker, left front
16 (BK/LG) audio, Ground
I have a question guys. I'm trying to put this new pioneer radio head unit into my truck (it's the FH-X700BT). It looks, from what you were saying, I won't need a wiring harness; that it should just be plug and play. It has a male 16 pin connector on the back of the unit but I don't know if the connections that are going to my stock radio are female or male. From the pictures I've seen online they look to be female. Can anyone shine some light on this? Also if I do need to get a wiring harness; Can anyone link my to a website to pick them up at?
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