Having problems with your Mitsubishi Lancer ?

03 lancer stereo wiring no memory wire in loom and not sure about 3 wires left ova y/blk gn/blk r/blk (clock horn illum etc)

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-05-2018

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I would have required some more information on the question.But I will try to help accordingly. Since you have three wires left and since I feel that the three goes off to the power . The clocck requires a direct line without a switch. the Illumination requires the line from the park lamp connection and the last one is for the horn. make sure to connect the three wires one by one using a multimeter in the ammeter range of 500ma so as to guage the current . test one by one and a positive line. If the clocks come it must be given directly, if the illumination dims when connected , it must go to the park lamp and last one to the horn. If you need more clarification please do not hesitate to reply as I have not understood the first part of the memory. If you meant that the car memory is not staying then the R/blk must be the power line for continuous power for memory and clock. I hope you will try accordingly and confirm. Good day
Some of these wires could be for the lights inside the original radio and it would have a memory wire thats for sure now yellow or blue wires are often for the electric aeriel and the red for a feed or a white ,so i think you have a wire broke or disconnected somewhere for the memory feed so i would just pick up a 12v feed from the fuse board thats a permanant supply tuck a wire in somehow from the fused side of the feed and run this to the radio ,simple if radio works with the other wires and their is no 12v feed in them and one isnt the ground then tape them up and ignore ,the radio should ground through the outer aerial coax anyway so once you make a 12 v memory feed off you go ,
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