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Old 01-05-2004, 02:29 AM   #1
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Default Pinout on stock '95-'99 CD player w/ 7-band eq?

Hello,

I'm getting ready to install an amplifier for the front doors next weekend, and I'm thinking of putting it right underneath the center dash, on the hump. I'd like to know the pinout for all the wires on the factory GM harness, but if not, the most important ones to me are those for speaker output and power antenna turn-on.

Here are pics of the head unit (click on the images for higher resolution)





If you could describe the pinout in whatever format is convenient for you, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks a lot!

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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ghlight=stereo

There are also a couple posts here with all the wires identified by color.
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Thanks again, Will. I've done a lotta searching on the forums for color codes, but mostly all that I've seen are for the 92-94 radios. Am I using the wrong keywords here?
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I think you'll find the color code is the same for the main wires (power, ground, antenna, speakers, etc). GM standard.
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Yes, the wiring for the 92-99 is all in the same place, with the exception of the quadrant that contains the data lines and steering wheel controls (Pins 11-16). The colors may differ slightly from year to year.

This is the wiring for the 94 factory subwoofer amplifier, you could use this if you wanted to hook yours up in the same fashion.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...pic.php?t=3631
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Thanks to a link that Sol posted in another thread, I found a concise description of the color coding for the GM harness: http://www.corvetteradios.com/Page.html

Thanks for everybody'* help!
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