Wiring the stock radio back into a 2000 chrysler sebring conv


Asked by Sep 27, 2010 at 11:54 AM about the 2000 Chrysler Sebring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the top of the stereo has a diagram with 7 connectors like bat, acc, Ill park, rf- lf-mute.......  I bought the connectors but do not know what wire goes where....  Help

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That pic is useless huh :) . That diagram shows with NO Amp so thats the diagram I will post - I would hope you know basic electricity :) Good Luck

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Good stuff here - factory wiring diagrams are difficult to find. Any chance you have the wiring diagrams to include the infinity amp. A few years ago I tore a 96 sebring apart and "rung out" all the cables for the infinity amp wiring. (96 amp only drives the front speakers including the crossover for the crappy front tweeters that will always cook in the sun) Last year I bought a 2000 sebring convt, I also rung out the cables for this car. 2000 amp drives both front and rear speakers. Long story short ~ gave the 96 to my daughter with my wiring diagrams in the glove box. It took her about a week to toss them away ~ arhhh!! My 2000 factory stereo has crapped out and i'm going to replace it with an after market stereo. Trying to decide if I want to interface/replace/or bypass the infinity amp. I seem to recall that the factory stereo provides a ground "trigger" for the infinity amp. Not sure where it comes from?

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Answered my own question. http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/DCP/PDF/327101.PDF

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Its usually best to try to USE the existin gAMP as it is integrally wired into the Computer control system through the body control computer. First pic is low impedance into the AMP Second Picture is Output Power to Speakers Good Luck


High Output to speakers

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