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May 14, 1:46pm - #448786 
Wiring an aftermarket stereo! :)

Hello everyone!

I recently purchased a 2000 Celica GTS and really love the car, the only problem is that i would like to play my ipod in the car without using the cassette-auxiliary plug in my ipod because it is staticy. I then purchased an aftermarket radio, and this harness, http://www.crutchfield.com/p_120708113/Toyota-Receiver-Wiring-Harness.html

The only problem is that there are plugs coming from the harness that i'm not sure where they go, i'll attach a few pictures to give you a better idea.

http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee504/riocazar/Remainingwiressterio.jpg
^^^ Wires coming out of the aftermarket harness

http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee504/riocazar/Remainingwiresharness.jpg
^^^ That is the harness i bought in that picture, it was said to fit by crutchfield. I'm confused about the plugs, where do those go?


http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee504/riocazar/Givespower.jpg
^^^ I've attached those wires, and the JVC headunit turns on, but is obviously not connected to the speakers.

Any advice is helpful, thanks to anyone who replys in advance!
-rick

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May 16, 5:34pm - #448793 
Originally Posted by Riocazar
Hello everyone!

I recently purchased a 2000 Celica GTS and really love the car, the only problem is that i would like to play my ipod in the car without using the cassette-auxiliary plug in my ipod because it is staticy. I then purchased an aftermarket radio, and this harness, http://www.crutchfield.com/p_120708113/Toyota-Receiver-Wiring-Harness.html

The only problem is that there are plugs coming from the harness that i'm not sure where they go, i'll attach a few pictures to give you a better idea.

http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee504/riocazar/Remainingwiressterio.jpg
^^^ Wires coming out of the aftermarket harness

http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee504/riocazar/Remainingwiresharness.jpg
^^^ That is the harness i bought in that picture, it was said to fit by crutchfield. I'm confused about the plugs, where do those go?


http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee504/riocazar/Givespower.jpg
^^^ I've attached those wires, and the JVC headunit turns on, but is obviously not connected to the speakers.

Any advice is helpful, thanks to anyone who replys in advance!
-rick


The harness has extra wires for a couple things. I believe one of the blue ones is the remote switch for an amp. When I installed my head unit I had several wires left over. The harnesses are probably made for more than just the Celica. Probably for any similar Toyota with Toyota's "premium" sound.

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May 17, 3:11pm - #448795 
well see that's the thing, i hooked up the ones i could, and the stereo turns on, but its not hooked up to the speakers with just the wires that i have hooked up. Is that the same harness you're using?


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May 18, 4:55pm - #448808 
Originally Posted by Riocazar
well see that's the thing, i hooked up the ones i could, and the stereo turns on, but its not hooked up to the speakers with just the wires that i have hooked up. Is that the same harness you're using?

I assume your Celica has the "premium" 8 speaker sound system right? What I understand you're trying to say is that the coaxial cable are not plugging into anything. I believe they're supposed to go to your head unit, not to your speakers. The wire harness runs the audio signal to the stock amp, then to the speakers. So I believe you just have to hook up whichever coax cable is left and right speakers to the head's left and right output. This is the harness I used.

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May 18, 8:08pm - #448809 
I have the exact same harness you have, would you mind taking a picture of the wire hookup you have in the back of your head unit? I feel like i'm close but i just can't get it. I would be really appreciative.


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May 19, 1:02pm - #448816 
Problem has been resolved!

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May 22, 1:47pm - #448822 
Originally Posted by Riocazar
Problem has been resolved!


Please, tell us how you solved it so in the future this can be used as a reference.

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Feb 25, 10:02am - #449189 
I need this info but it looks like it has been pulled.
Can anyone help to wire in my iPhone?

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Jan 9, 10:29pm - #449788 
I have the same year car and I'm having the same problem with the same harness.
It turns on completely but plays no sound. Do I have to do something to the factory amp? I would really appreciate it if someone could explain to me what to do! Thanks!

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