stereo wiring diagram

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Asked by Mar 28, 2008 at 11:56 PM about the 1997 Hyundai Elantra

Question type: Car Customization

anyone have a stereo wiring diagram for 1997 hyundai elentra

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if you have a 97 raido wires are color coated simply tie into each color,unless you are swithing to another brand of raido.

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That wasn't very helpful at all. Chances are he was putting in something different. I also need a wiring diagram for the 97 Elantra. I'm not only putting in a different brand stereo, but the previous owner cut the harness off when removing the old one. None of the diagrams I could find online are correct - they list the accessory power as either red or light green and mine, I found by testing is most definitely blue.

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ignition is blue/white batt is red/black illuminsations are green/black and green/white left speakers are yellow and red right speakers are red/blue and light green/black

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Most helpful, thank you! I got everything working this morning, Almost anyway. My red/black was not providing the constant so I tapped into the constant for the hazard light. This worked but, my clock is no longer on a constant either. It is somehow (weakly) only tied into accessory power. I can't help but think the radio constant needs to connect to the sames constant for the clock/dome light/ left side of instrument panel, and it must have a separate fuse than is what utas in tge fuse panel under the dash (all fuses good there). I have up for the moment, happy that the radio is working. I'll go back and try to make it right after a little break. Thanks for your help!

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