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I'm trying to instal a LOC and need to find which of these wires are my door speakers... I believe the rear speakers are on the connection on the far right? Am I right? Which set is the front speakers?
 

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I believe the rears are red, white, black, and yellow which is why I think it's the bottom right set...

And the front speakers are violet, green, blue, and pink...

Why are there so many wires?!?!?
 

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What's your email, I'll send you the pinouts



Audio
Item Wire Color Polarity Wire Location
Radio 12V blue + radio, white 10 pin plug, pin 4 or white 20 pin plug, pin 1
Radio Ground white/black - radio, white 10 pin plug, pin 7 or white 20 pin plug, pin 20
Radio Ignition gray + radio, white 10 pin plug, pin 3 or white 20 pin plug, pin 11
Radio Illumination lt. blue (parking lights); beige (dimmer) +,- radio, white 10 pin plug, pin 10; white 6 pin plug, pin 5
On models with amplifier, they are at the radio, white 20 pin plug, pins 2 and 12.
Factory Amp Turn-on N/A
Power Antenna N/A
Left Front Speaker (+/-) yellow - white +,- radio, white 10 pin plug, pins 2 and 6
On models with amplifier, the speaker wires are pink - purple at the amplifier under passenger seat, white 12 pin plug, pins 2 and 1. The tweeter wires are pink - purple at the amplifier, white 10 pin plug, pins 8 and 7.
Right Front Speaker (+/-) lt. green - blue +,- radio, white 10 pin plug, pins 1 and 5
On models with amplifier, the speaker wires are lt. green - blue at the amplifier under passenger seat, white 12 pin plug, pins 9 and 3. The tweeter wires are lt. green - blue at the amplifier, white 10 pin plug, pins 2 and 6.
Left Rear Speaker (+/-) yellow - black +,- radio, white 6 pin plug, pins 2 and 6
On models with amplifier, the speaker wires are yellow - black at the amplifier under passenger seat, white 10 pin plug, pins 3 and 9.
Right Rear Speaker (+/-) red - white +,- radio, white 6 pin plug, pins 1 and 3
On models with amplifier, the speaker wires are red - white at the amplifier under passenger seat, white 10 pin plug, pins 10 and 4.
Center Channel (+/-) white - black +,- amplifier under passenger seat, white 12 pin plug, pins 4 and 10
Subwoofer (+/-) beige - gray +,- amplifier under passenger seat, white 12 pin plug, pins 5 and 12
Aux. Audio Input Left (+/-) blue - green or black - white +,- radio, white 20 pin plug, pins 17 and 16
Aux. Audio Input Right (+/-) pink - green or red - white +,- radio, white 20 pin plug, pins 15 and 16
RSE Video (+/-) brown - yellow (with navigation only) +,- radio, white 8 pin plug, pins 1 and 6
RSE Audio Left (+/-) red - white (multi-media audio) +,- radio, black 12 pin plug, pins 4 and 5
RSE Audio Right (+/-) black - green (multi-media audio) +,- radio, black 12 pin plug, pins 2 and 3
Satellite Radio 12 Volts blue + Sat Tuner behind glove box, wht 12 pin plg, pin 12
Satellite Radio Ground white/black - Sat Tuner behind glove box, wht 12 pin plg, pin 7
Satellite Radio Ignition gray + Sat Tuner behind glove box, wht 12 pin plg, pin 11
Satellite Radio Antenna (coaxial cable)
Satellite Audio Left (+/-) pink - lt. blue +,- Satellite Tuner, white 12 pin plug, pins 4 and 5
Satellite Audio Right (+/-) brown - lt. green +,- Satellite Tuner, white 12 pin plug, pins 2 and 3
 
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Sent you more than enough info to complete your LOC.. I just finish mines not too long ago.. What LOC you're using? I sent you the LC6i Manual also
 
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Should be an easy install with PAC since you know your harness pinouts now
 

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I still don't feel comfortable with wiring it into the front speakers because there's quite a few blue wires in that plug so I will just do the rear speakers. Don't think I will have a problem with those!
 

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All the wires come out from the one plug just for radio.. The rest is nav, speed sensor and others related. Therefore, where you found the rear speakers wires will have the rest of the speakers wires in the bundle.. Remember to run separate wires for power and ground. Don't use the same ones off the stereo.
 

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Thanks for the email mikechu1133

After thinking about it, would this be a good idea? To stop from dismantling my dash, I was thinking of wiring up my lc7i and amp like this: They are going to be located under the rear seat with a sub,
1. Tap into front speakers at input to crossovers I mounted at kick panels and run to lc7i then to amp and back to crossover inputs
2. Tap into rear speakers at pillars between doors and run as above
3. Run power wire to amp from battery and jumper over to lc7i with inline fuse power wire
4. Ground lc7i but jumping over from amp ground
5. Get Remote turn on to amp from lc7i remote on because it has automatic turn on (GTO)

Opinions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
 

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After thinking about it, would this be a good idea? To stop from dismantling my dash, I was thinking of wiring up my lc7i and amp like this: They are going to be located under the rear seat with a sub,
1. Tap into front speakers at input to crossovers I mounted at kick panels and run to lc7i then to amp and back to crossover inputs
2. Tap into rear speakers at pillars between doors and run as above
3. Run power wire to amp from battery and jumper over to lc7i with inline fuse power wire
4. Ground lc7i but jumping over from amp ground
5. Get Remote turn on to amp from lc7i remote on because it has automatic turn on (GTO)

Opinions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
I like your idea.. Basically, you're saying is tap the output from each individual speakers and run it to your LC7i and RCA to AMP and run wires out to your door panels speakers through your crossover, correct? It eliminates the need on removing the radio which is cool. I thought about doing that, but since I set up my LOC in the front, I figure what the hell, mind as well run the wires from the radio out do a clean install.

I never finished posting pixs for the post I did, but here's my basic set up. I had the LC6i under the passenger floor.. Perfect place for it, I ran the output from back of the stereo to the LC6i at the passenger side. From there I ran 4 channel KnuKonceptz RCA back to my T600-4 Rockford Fosgate mounted on the back wall temporary until I decide my setup for sub. Driver side is where I ran all my power to the rear. From amp out, to all speakers with KnuKonceptz speakers wires for a fine sound. I ran power and GND for the LC6I from a power and GND distibution block I set up behind driver kick panel. I use the GTO set up as well which is a great feature, but there's pros/cons which is cell phone frequency interruption, but had not really have a problem with it. Here's my post I never finish lol:

http://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...r-tundra-factory-crappy-speakers-upgrade.html
 
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