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2006 Dodge Dakota stereo wiring diagram / wire colors? by DeLorean00
Started on: 05-26-2009 09:39 PM
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Report this Post05-26-2009 09:39 PM Click Here to See the Profile for DeLorean00Click Here to Email DeLorean00Send a Private Message to DeLorean00Direct Link to This Post
Tomorrow at work I have to install a stereo in a 2006 Dodge Dakota without the Infinity sound system. The previous owner cut the factory harness so I cannot just get a harness connector. Does anyone have a wiring diagram or know the wire colors? I can figure it out using a multi-meter and time, but it would be easier with a diagram.

Thanks for any help!!!

-Chris

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I don't have access to my wiring information right this second, but I can tell you that you'll need to go to the ignition harness for accessory if you're not using the CAN-BUS harness, Metra part number XSVI-6502. At any rate, there should be one CAN wire in the harness in addition to the others totaling 11 wires: 12V, ground, CAN and the four speaker pairs. The 12V and GND wires should be heavier gauge, like 14AWG or so. Bring a multimeter with you to test that. After that, test for 4ohm impedance between the other wires to find speaker pairs. As soon as you've deciphered the speaker pairs, use a 9V battery on them to find out exactly which speaker it is so you know which pair of speaker wires should go to which on the deck harness.
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Report this Post05-27-2009 01:23 AM Click Here to See the Profile for fierosoundClick Here to visit fierosound's HomePageClick Here to Email fierosoundSend a Private Message to fierosoundDirect Link to This Post
Pick Club/Quad Cab here: http://www.dodge.com/bodybuilder/2006/nd/ndmmo.pdf

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Report this Post05-27-2009 07:51 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Fierofreak00Click Here to Email Fierofreak00Send a Private Message to Fierofreak00Direct Link to This Post
Depends on wether you have the Premium or Base stereo system. Let me know if you need anymore...Working on Dodges has it's advantages -Jason

Premium radio


Amp wiring


Base radio


Satellite


Club cab with factory Sub


With hands free module

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Report this Post05-27-2009 12:23 PM Click Here to See the Profile for turboguy327Click Here to Email turboguy327Send a Private Message to turboguy327Direct Link to This Post
Just go to a junkyard and get a factory harness and wire it in so you have factory plugs then charge the guy an idiot fee for cutting the wires.
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Did any of this help??
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Report this Post05-29-2009 07:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for DeLorean00Click Here to Email DeLorean00Send a Private Message to DeLorean00Direct Link to This Post
Sorry fella's I was away with work for the past few days!!

But yes you guys saved my butt!! Thanks and "+"'s all around!!

I did have to run my own ignition wire as stated. I was able to work through all the wires and just hard wire the radio in. I wish I could have picked up a factory plug, but I didn't have the time.

Once again, thanks everyone!!!! I hope I can help you when it is needed.

-Chris

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