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2012 Honda CR-V Audio Wiring Harness


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jus10sticks 
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This is a great forum! I can't seem to find an audio wiring diagram for the 2012 Honda crv through the search. I am looking to tap into the accessory 12v power wire and the rear speakers (+ and -) to add a sub.
Thank you for you time and knowledge.
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     Battery ORANGE (+) RADIO HARNESS
     Accesory WHITE (+) RADIO HARNESS
     Ground BLACK (-) RADIO HARNESS
     Illumination GRAY (+) RADIO HARNESS
     Dimmer RED (-) RADIO HARNESS
     Power Antenna BLACK (+) PART OF ANTENNA CONNECTOR
     LF Speaker (+) LIGHT GREEN
     LF Speaker (-) GREEN
     RF Speaker (+) WHITE
     RF Speaker (-) YELLOW
     LR Speaker (+) GRAY
     LR Speaker (-) BROWN
     RR Speaker (+) BLUE
     RR Speaker (-) ORANGE
     Steering Cntrls YES
     Speed Cntrl YES
     Radio Security YES
Gary Sather
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If you're running a sub, use the power antenna feed, Gary has kindly listed it for you.
jus10sticks 
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There are 4 harnesses connected to the radio:
A large dark grey one, a smaller dark grey one, a white one, and a small 2-wire lt. grey one.
I'm having trouble matching up the colored previously provided. Which harness is the "radio" harness, and which one is the "power antenna"?
Thank you for your help
howie ll 
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TEST!! Look for the black as mentioned to go to 12V+ when the head unit is turned on.
jus10sticks 
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Tested. Red appears to carry the 12v constant on the large Drk. Grey connector (with a clear sliding tab on the top of it) the Black below that is the ground. Purple is 12v switched. White did not provide 12v for me in any ignition mode.
Hope this helps someone else!
Thanks everyone!
jus10sticks 
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I discovered a few other wires ..
Top row of dark grey connector
1 Black ground
2 Blue rear left +
3 Pink rear left -
4 empty
5 empty
6 Blue rear right +
7 Pink rear right -
mr wires 
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jus10sticks, can you describe the process to remove the OEM radio to get access to back connectors.  Thanks.
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By the way, I think the wire you are looking for (power antenna turn-on) should be in the small gray antenna connector. Test it when plugged in and radio on AM or FM source.
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If the antenna plug is white, small and round and looks like a satellite antenna plug, it's called a Fakra and carries the voltage through the plug, plan B required.
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