Q: AM/FM Connections 1967
I bought an AM/FM radio that is supposed to be for the 1967. The dash speaker is missing and so is the original radio connector. The connector on the radio has 3 connections. I would imagine they are ground, +12 and speaker out (common ground). My question is, does anyone know the sequence of the connections (the plug is close to one side of the radio)? I don’t want to hook it up wrong and cook the radio.
A: My wiring diagram shows three “tabs” in the connector on the back of the
radio. Reading from left to right, they are speaker, speaker, +12V.
Here is a lame attempt at an ASCII drawing.
+------------+ | -- -- -- | +------------+ ^ ^ ^ | | +----- +12V | | | +------- Speaker +----------- Speaker
Now I realize that the connector on the back of the radio actually faces toward the floor, so this diagram is looking into the connector if you would have rotated the radio such that the faceplate was facing you and you are looking down into the connector on the back of the radio.
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