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2004 Mazda Tribute stereo wiring


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mdogg1978 
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Posted: October 31, 2004 at 2:51 PM / IP Logged  

Does anybody have a stereo wiring diagram for a Mazda Tribute. I can't find it anywhere.

Thanks !!

-MD

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Posted: October 31, 2004 at 3:41 PM / IP Logged  

This is what I have:

DriverPassenger
ORG/GRN(+)TAN/GREENFront
BLUE/WHITE(-)GREEN/ ORANGE
GRAY/BLUE(+)BLACK/ VIOLETRear
BROWN / YELLOW(-)ORANGE / VIOLET

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mdogg1978 
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Thanks for the information ... If you, or anybody gets the rest of it, please let me know !!!

Thanks Again!!

MD

kevdog 
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Can you or anyone tell me how I can get into the bottom portion of my stock stereo? It has an in-dash cd player, and a MD/Tape player is an option... does anyone know if I could hook up to that as an auxiliary input? Can anyone help me get into this stereo??

It's a 2004 Mazda Tribute with a stock in-dash cd player.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

cianciolo 
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Do you have a picture of the radio?  I have a 2005 Tribute and if it is the same one I could help you.
kevdog 
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My '04 Tribute's stereo looks likes so;

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Without the cassette adapter on the bottom (it's just a blank piece of plastic)

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

cianciolo 
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That is the same stereo I have.  You have to have the stereo out and then you can press plastic plate out from the inside. 

kevdog 
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Is it very easy to get the stereo out?
Do I need a special tool?
Once I have that out... do you know if I could connect to an aux in (or the md in)??
Thanks for all your help!
cianciolo 
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You need 2 sets (4 tools) of stereo removal tools to remove it.  They can be bought at most stores that sell radio install kits and wiring harnesses.  The Wal-Mart by me carries them.  I am not sure how to connect to the aux or md in.

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