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I just purchased a new stereo for my 2005 Ford Explorer XLT. Have located 12v constant, 12v switch, ground, all speaker, dimmer and power antenna wires and have 5 wires remaining. My stereo cuts off, bluetooth is cutting in, does not retain radio station presets or clock settings. Does anyone have any suggestions? I would like to find a diagram for the factory stereo harness on the vehicle with color codes and wire detination (function). I cut the plugs off the harness (big mistake) and all I have left is the colors. I have check the wires using a Fluke digital multimeter. I am at a lose for action in fear of smoking something. All suggestions are pleasantly welcome. Note, I do not have factory sub woofers or amp.
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Well one thing is for certain, your constant 12v is NOT constant.
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Metra Electronics Corp. - 70-1771
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Description

Ford/Lincoln/Mazda 1998 - Up Into Car 16 PIN

Product Specifications

  • Plugs into car harness at radio
  • Power and 4/Speaker
  • 16-pin plug

Allows installation of an aftermarket radio using the existing factory wiring and connectors. No cutting of factory wiring is needed.

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BatteryWHITE/ YELLOW(+)RADIO HARNESS
posted_imageAccesoryBLACK/ PINK(+)RADIO HARNESS
posted_imageGroundBLACK/ ORANGE(-)RADIO HARNESS
posted_imageIlluminationRED / BLACK(+)RADIO HARNESS
posted_imageLF Speaker (+)ORANGE / LIGHT GREEN
posted_imageLF Speaker (-)LIGHT BLUE/WHITE
posted_imageRF Speaker (+)WHITE/ LIGHT GREEN
posted_imageRF Speaker (-)DARK GREEN/ ORANGE
posted_imageLR Speaker (+)GRAY/LIGHT BLUE
posted_imageLR Speaker (-)TAN / YELLOW
posted_imageRR Speaker (+)ORANGE / RED
posted_imageRR Speaker (-)BROWN / PINK
posted_imageSteering CntrlsOPTIONAL
posted_imageSpeed CntrlOPTIONAL
posted_imageRadio SecurityYES
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