have stereo wiring problems

Asked by Apr 07, 2016 at 05:40 PM about the 2010 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: General

I cant get the wires right for my stereo none of them match up at
all and cant find a diagram for the code color wiring for the
genetic stereo

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Usually when installing an aftermarket stereo, a kit is available to wire the new stereo into the existing factory wiring. After wiring the new stereo with the components provided in the kit, it plugs in just like the factory stereo did. The wiring kit is usually about twenty dollars and should be available where you purchased your new stereo. It's surprising they let you walk out the door without selling you the installation kit.

Okay i got a harness for it and got it all hooked up put it wont power on so i put the old raido on nd it still waony power on

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