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Old July 28th, 2017
Dixxxon12 Dixxxon12 is offline
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2000 bravada aftermarket deck wiring

I took on the project of wiring my alpine 151 into my bravada. I've done this in a 2001 Pontiac and also a 2003 Subaru with little to no problems with the same deck. But the wiring for this vehicle seems pretty wacky to me. I have 3 green wires, 2 dark blue wires, 2 green/white wires and 3 that are just covered with black electrical tape. I can't find much of an explanation for the same color wires anywhere. As I'm trying to wire this thing up, I'm looking for a small yellow wire for the left rear (-) but there is only one yellow, which goes to the switched 12v. All the diagrams I've looked up say I should have a grey for illumination and a grey for the left front (-) but I can only find one grey wire. Left rear (+) and the dimmer also say they should both be brown but I only have one brown and one brown/white. Left front (+) should be a tan wire but I don't have a tan wire. I don't know if I'm just missing info here or if it's just not possible to wire an aftermarket to this car. If anybody has a more accurate diagram or has the scoop on this from experience it'd be much help. A description of the e1-e16 and f slots on the wiring harness would help me. I already snipped all the wires so putting the stock deck back in isn't really an option for me now.
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Old November 11th, 2017
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The deck, as in radio? Cant you just buy a wiring harness adapter at az? Or look at the adapter from az for your vehicle and check wiring.
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