Please help with wiring camry radio.

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Old 05 Oct 2003, 10:19 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Please help with wiring camry radio.

I am having a hard time wiring my 94 xle v6 camry. It came with the c/d
and amplifier under the seat. The radio is missing and I cant find a
replacement so I went aftermarket. I cant find a wire decoder anywhere?
It is one plug with 14 wires. Thank You very much!! Nelson

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Old 06 Oct 2003, 06:12 am   #2 (permalink)
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Why not remove the amp and CD under the seat and use the
standard 2 plugs there? You can buy plugs with pigtails to
plug directly into them and then connect to you new radio.
(Neither component will work with your new radio). They have
them at Walmart and other audio supply places like Advance
Auto. The colors for these two plugs is pretty std and can
be found on sheet that comes with the plug or
www.installdr.com - pick quick radio wiring instructions,
toyota, 87 & newer.


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Old 06 Oct 2003, 09:48 am   #3 (permalink)
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> I am having a hard time wiring my 94 xle v6 camry. It came with the c/d
> and amplifier under the seat. The radio is missing and I cant find a
> replacement so I went aftermarket. I cant find a wire decoder anywhere?
> It is one plug with 14 wires. Thank You very much!! Nelson
>



Well, if your not going to use the remote component amplifier under the
seat, the connector in question is useless anyway and will never work
for anything other than a Toyota radio built for it. What you need to do
it look for the harness connectors (will be 2 blue ones) in the radio
hole area, be on the RH side, disconnect both connectors and use the
male connector end (female pins) for the replacement radio. You should
be able to get the harness to make your radio plug right in, no cutting etc.

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Old 06 Oct 2003, 11:36 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Thank You!!for the help. I cant open the link up though can you?? I
dont have a plug and have 14 wires. I know it was a one plug hook up
with 14 wires because I saw it on a friends car. The normal camrys
without the amplifier and c/d have a 2 plug hook up. Mine is a one plug
(14) wires and 2 antennas?? I have found out that the black wire is
constant(memory) power but cant find the ignition power wire. THanks
again!!Nelson

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Old 08 Oct 2003, 12:59 am   #5 (permalink)
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> Thank You!!for the help. I cant open the link up though can you?? I
> dont have a plug and have 14 wires. I know it was a one plug hook up
> with 14 wires because I saw it on a friends car. The normal camrys
> without the amplifier and c/d have a 2 plug hook up. Mine is a one plug
> (14) wires and 2 antennas?? I have found out that the black wire is
> constant(memory) power but cant find the ignition power wire. THanks
> again!!Nelson
>

That is why you unplug the amp extension and use "those" wires for the
radio.

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