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93 ford explorer speaker/amp wiring

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Forum Name: Car Audio
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Topic: 93 ford explorer speaker/amp wiring

Posted By: data_cold
Subject: 93 ford explorer speaker/amp wiring
Date Posted: September 02, 2007 at 3:16 PM

I recently bought a sony CD player for my 93 2 door Ford Explorer. I got the wire harness adapter, ect. I installed everything the way the instructions said and while the unit powered up there was no sound.
Long story slightly shorter I figured I would wire the speakers without the adapter and by cutting off the L shaped plug for the wire that was in the dash. Exposing 8 color coded wires and 1 exposed wire.

found this info on the wiring that i found:
Left Front (+) - Green
Left Front (-) - ORANGE / White
Right Front (+) - RED / White
Right Front (-) - Brown
Left Rear (+) - Light Blue/Black
Left Rear (-) - Yellow
Right Rear (+) - WHITE/ Purple
Right Rear (-) - Light Blue
Bare Wire – Amp

I found this in a closed thread here with no resolution.

I wired a blue/White wire from the power harness to the amp wire and the positive speaker wires to the same now powered amp wire and I gives me sound. Only when I tired it the sound was cracked and sputtered and if I turned it up too loud (9 or so on the volume dial of the unit) it would cut out.

I'm a total amateur or less. So any info is appreciated no matter how basic.

Thank You



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Posted By: KarTuneMan
Date Posted: September 02, 2007 at 5:49 PM
 
 
What you need to find are these. You can get them in the passenger jamb (door opening) They are in there. What your looking for is the speaker side of these wires, NOT the amp side (of course) You need to cut one at a time (one pair) and test with a tone generator, or 9v battery. You will need to make your own harness that will come from the outs of your deck, to the wires you just cut in the jamb. You are making your own amp bypass.
 
Left Front Mid + ORANGE / lt.green Pin C332-1 
Left Front Mid - Lt.blue/white Pin C332-2 
Right Front Mid + WHITE/ lt.green Pin C332-5 
Right Front Mid - Dk.GREEN/ orange Pin C332-6 
Left Rear Mid + Pink/lt.green Pin C332-3 
Left Rear Mid - Tan / YELLOW Pin C332-4 
Right Rear Mid + ORANGE / red Pin C332-7 
Right Rear Mid - BLACK/ white Pin C332-8 


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Posted By: docsautomotive
Date Posted: September 02, 2007 at 6:04 PM
there is also an amp turn on wire i will try and find the color  of the wire for you

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Posted By: KarTuneMan
Date Posted: September 03, 2007 at 9:58 AM

This suggestion is for bypassing the amp. IMHO, better sound that way. Not overdriving the factory amp, and just using deck PWR.posted_image



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