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factory radio and amp wiring diagram?

ZJ 4.0 97 with Infinity gold sound system. looking to replace radio to a pioneer DEH-x6700bt. a friend wanted to install it. now it turns on. but no sound. havnt checked all illumination functions but seems to work but no sound at all. anyone got a diagram. or write up. or anything thatll help me know what wires go to what. as well as the third harness with a white clip? that one puzzles me deeply

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The third harness is the CCD bus for the steering wheel controls and the clock in the VIC.

The amp uses the power antenna wire to sense that the head is on, on most aftermarket heads there are two wires, one is for a power antenna and is only on when in a radio mode. The other is usually labeled remote and is for triggering power on external amps. You need to make sure that the head side harness remote wire (usually blue and white) is connected to the jeep side harness power antenna wire (usually blue).


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okay. i read somthing that the green wire with red tracer is the power feed for the factory amp. ill dig it back out and take a look. i disconnected it and put the stock radio back on.
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Here are the pinouts

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Here are the wiring diagrams:










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Thanks! got is working this morning. it was just the amp remote wire. everything else worked, so far.
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