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2001 jaguar s type standar radio
25-06-2014, 18:43 PM,
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2001 jaguar s type standar radio
Hi all, I have the wiring diagram for that car, but cant figure out what is negative and what is positive.
am putting an after market headunit and am working on the speaker wiring. on the workshop manual it gives the colors for the wiring but doesn't indicate + or -.
any help would be appreciated
thanks
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25-06-2014, 20:54 PM,
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RE: 2001 jaguar s type standar radio
(25-06-2014, 18:43 PM)shammy123 Wrote:  Hi all, I have the wiring diagram for that car, but cant figure out what is negative and what is positive.
am putting an after market headunit and am working on the speaker wiring. on the workshop manual it gives the colors for the wiring but doesn't indicate + or -.
any help would be appreciated
thanks

use voltmeter and check wiring if it shows you 12v than u are on right wiring usually the power wiring are more thin than speakers ones

ps dont forget to check radio fuse is ok or not and turn ignition on

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25-06-2014, 23:55 PM,
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RE: 2001 jaguar s type standar radio
(25-06-2014, 20:54 PM)mrriadh Wrote:  
(25-06-2014, 18:43 PM)shammy123 Wrote:  Hi all, I have the wiring diagram for that car, but cant figure out what is negative and what is positive.
am putting an after market headunit and am working on the speaker wiring. on the workshop manual it gives the colors for the wiring but doesn't indicate + or -.
any help would be appreciated
thanks

use voltmeter and check wiring if it shows you 12v than u are on right wiring usually the power wiring are more thin than speakers ones

ps dont forget to check radio fuse is ok or not and turn ignition on
thanks for that, gets me ahead on the next block [power block] so at least I know what to look for.
after some research online am assuming speaker darker wire is negative. will know when system is up and running and nothing blows
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26-06-2014, 08:59 AM,
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RE: 2001 jaguar s type standar radio
Maybe similar with ford



P o w e r
Memory (+12v Constant) Green Yellow
Ignition (+12v Switched) Yellow/Black
Ground (-) Black or Fat Red
Illumination Orange
Dimmer Orange/White
Power Antenna Blue (varies greatly)
S p e a k e r s
Right Front (+) White/Green
Right Front (-) Green/Orange
Left Front (+) Orange/Green
Left Front (-) Light Blue
Right Rear (+) Pink/Blue
Right Rear (-) Green/orange
Left Rear (+) Pink/green
Left Rear (-) Pink/Blue
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