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can anyone help me get a wiring diagram for my 2002 explorer 4 door?...trying to hook up some audio stuff to an accessories wire under the steering column

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what are you trying to hook up?
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is the 02 sport the same as the 02 4 dr?....im trying to hardwire in my sirius radio...dont want to wire it to the 12 volt yellow wire ...i want it to power on and off when i turn the key to the on and off position like the radio...i also have a valentine 1 that i want to hardwire in with the same accessory wire to make that work also the same...thanks
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the wiring should be the same for the acc. circuit. be sure to test it first. be careful when connecting the sirius radio. most of the newer ones are only 5 volt input. if you look on the unit where the lead plugs in it should say the voltage requirement. if it is 5volts dont cut the plug off. either solder some leads on or get a 12v. recepticle to wire in
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i bought the pro vehicle kit from sirius that comes with to wires...model # sir-pvk1...one for the 12volt and one for the 5 volt radios...they both have the red and black wire...for the acc and ground...but the other end is 3 pin for 12 volt and 2 pin for 5 volt that plug into a power box and then connect to the sirius radio...so they make it pretty hard to mess it up...thanks again 
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Personally I would wire Your sirius radio to the accessory wire behind the radio. I have a 02 explorer also w/sirius. When I first hooked it up to a different accessory wire, the sirius would turn off with the key, but the radio turned off when you opened the door.  Now that I rewired it to the accessory wire behind the radio it stays on with the radio and turns off with the radio.  Much better!!  As for the radar detector, thats up to you where and how you want to hook that up.  But for the sirius I would definetly go behind the radio.  The Trim around the radio just pulls off and there are 2 screws below the radio holding it in. Its real easy to pull out, it takes maybe 5 minutes. Unfortantly I cannot remember which wire was the accessory, you can easily test with a meter. I would test with the drivers door left open so the correct wire behind the radio would go off and on with the key with the door open.

Also jeffwhiteman makes a good point about the new radios using 5 volts. Check for that and follow his recommendations if it is 5 volts.

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thanks a lot...great info....the manual for the sirius has the info for each of the new sirius radios and how many volts they are so thats good...as for the acc wire behind the radio i have an aftermarket kenwood indash so that would be easy....great help thanks really appreciate it
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