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Wiring Problem

I just got a 94 Crown Vic and the cd player was stolen from it. well the people who stole it cut all the wires and i got a old factory harness from a 92 its all the same colors but not sure if all the right wires are there plus there is a gray cable just destroyed with wires stripped showing is there any way to fix that? can someone please help!!

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Re: Wiring Problem

When my radio was stolen out of my 89 Crown Victoria, I just hard-wired a new harness. I traced and removed all the stock wiring and ran my own. 16-18ga speaker wire to each speaker (which were also conveniently replaced at the time), 22ga for the rest. You need a wire running to your ignition switch, one running to your battery, and a ground. I ran 16ga for my ground, but I'm obsessed with making sure things ground properly. If you have a power antenna, there may be a wire for that, too. If not, use the one labelled as the power antenna for your remote, which is what sends your amplifier (if you've installed a stereo) the signal to turn on/off.

Make sense? This way, you also know that all your wires are fresh. I did the same thing in my Jeep.
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