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Here is a picture of the back of the unit as well as the remaining wires for the deck side. I already attached the SWC wire, yellow power wire, and black ground wire. On the back of the unit the two outside red and white inputs read, front/rear & L/R line out? so can i just throw the RCAs of the speakers on those, than the amp RCA (i hope the amp has an RCA on it i didnt run the amp so not 100% sure) part that says sub out?
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These are the wires from the harness that are left. I have the four RCAs for the speakers which im guessing i can plug right into the unit now. but for the remaining i have 8 wires and only 5 from the units wires.
1) orange w/ white matches up for illumination
but other than that none match up directly
On the unit i have
1) dark blue wire labeled power antenna
2) dark blue w/ white wire labeled "please connect to remote for amp, equalizer and/or auto antenna (.2A max)
3) Orange w/ white
5) Red wire slightly longer than the others.
On the Harness i have a cheat sheet for.
1) Red/white - P.B. Output (-)
2) Purple/white - VSS output
3) Blue/White - amp turn on input
4) red - acc output(1amp)
5) orange/white - illum
6) green - reverse output(+)
7) blue - antenna on input
8) mystery orange wire
Now to the wires as it looks like the cheat sheet may be wrong if i am thinking the right harness. this from the manual to your new deck. The wires should be (so the one that should come with and plug into the new deck.
off harness coming from back of unit (usually on harness but looks different in manual)
1)Purple with white stripe - Reverse signal wire. connect either to wire at taillights or under dash if you can find the right wire.
2)light green - Parking brake. if you want to bypass the safety feature that doesnt allow you to control stuff like dvd when the parking brake is off just ground this wire.
3)Sub out - this is used to go directly to a sub
on wiring harness that should come with unit
1)Black - Ground
2)Yellow - Constant power (usually to fuse block and bypasses ignition switch. Or find a wire that is always hot and tap)
3)Red - Accessory power (comes hot when ignition is in accessory or on position - switched hot)
4)Blue - Power antenna (needs to be connected as the antennas are powered now)
5)Blue w/white stripe - To remote lead of other accessories (typically to an amp if installed as it turns it on when stereo powers up)
6)Orange w/white stripe - illumination (connects to something that powers when lights headlights turn on)
7)Brown - connects to bt adapter (on the AV61) will probably stay disconnected on yours since you have the av61bt
8)Light blue w/yellow stripe - OE remote adapter (for the steering wheel remote)
9)White w/black stripe - (-)Left front speaker - White (+)Left front
10)Grey w/black stripe - (-)Right front speaker - Grey (+)Right Front
11)Green w/black stripe - (-)Left Rear speaker - green (+)Left rear
12)Purple w/black stripe - (-)Right rear speaker - purple (+)Right rear
13)orange - not needed
Now here is where it changes some with an amp
The sub output connects RCA to the RCA sub input on amp
The FRONT output connects RCA to The Front In on the amp (White is Left (white wires in RCA) and Red is Right (grey wires in RCA)
Ther Rear output connects to RCA to the Rear in on the amp (White is Left (Green wires in RCA) and Red is Right (Purple wires in RCA)
blue w/white goes to the amp lead.
The speaker wires off the new stero harness are at that point not connected. (these are amped from stereo and you use the RCA with an amp so those are Preamp outs, where amp powers it)
the third set of RCA jacks on the back of the unit are a AV input (ipod)
So really there are two different install capabilities this way based on weather or not you have an amp. If you do not have an amp I believe you will have to cut off the RCA heads (these are from Amazon adaptor correct?)
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here is the manual for you new head unit that I am looking at (page 81 on)
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looking at the amazon adaptor it looks like it is setup to run to an amp. All depends on what is in the truck. Heads will come off if no amp and individual speaker wires sliced instead of RCA