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Forgot to color coade what goes where when taking out my stereo to put a new on in .. dont know which wire is for what

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  1. LT Green - LR Speaker +
  2. Gray - RR Speaker +
  3. Red/Green - LCD Control (Light Dimmer Control)
  4. White/Black - Power
  5. Brown/Black - LF Speaker +
  6. Orange - RF Speaker +
  7. Green/Black - LR Speaker -
  8. Gray/Black - RR Speaker -
  9. Black - Ground
  10. Red/Yellow - LCD Input (Light Power Source)
  11. White - Memory Power Wire
  12. Brown/White - LF Speaker -
  13. Orange/Blue - RF Speaker -
Good luck!

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