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Old 12-02-2006, 07:10 PM
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Wiring Diagram for 2006 F-250

All, Can't search so I'm sorry if this has been asked before. I hit a bump today pulling into my driveway (as usual) and the radio went out on me. I've traced the problem back as far as the fuse block and have found no power reaching the fuse for the remote radio wire (with the ignition on) and I found it to be grounded which should not be happening. Beyond this I have no clue where to trace the line so I am looking for a wiring diagram. Does anyone have one or know where I can find one? Thanks
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You have a CAN dash. Remote may be a signal and not power.

This is for an 05, but should be the same:
Radio 12v
lt. green/purple
+
radio harness

Radio Ground black and black/lt. green - radio harness
Radio Ignition pink + radio harness
Radio Illumination lt. blue/red (dimmer) + radio harness
Factory Amp Turn-on N/A
Power Antenna N/A
LF Speaker +/- orange/lt. grn - lt. blue/wht +,- radio harness
RF Speaker +/- white/lt. grn - dk. green/org +,- radio harness
LR Speaker +/- gray/lt. blue - tan/yellow +,- radio harness
RR Speaker +/- orange/red - brown/pink +,- radio harness

I don't think the input to fuse box are split. It should be one or two heavier guage wires in and then smaller wires or traces to each fuse position.
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