Metra 70-1761 Radio Wiring Harness For Toyota 87-Up Power 4 Speaker


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Metra 70-1761 Radio Wiring Harness For Toyota 87-Up Power 4 Speaker Description

Product Packaging:Standard PackagingWiring Harness for Select 1987-2005 Toyota and Scion Vehicles For select 1987-2007 Toyota and Scion vehicles Plugs into car harness at radio Power/4 Speaker One 10-pin plug and one 6-pin plug Allows for the installation of an aftermarket radio using the existing factory wiring and connectors Perfect fit for my 1998 4Runner SR5, mine had no CD player and did have the factory amplifier which was removed completely.A note for anyone with the same setup; this harness plugs into the connections that went into the factory amplifier, NOT the ones that went into the factory head unit. So if you’re confused because they don’t seem to match up, look for the factory amplifier and remove that as well. If you are like me and have the “premium” audio system in your 98 camry (xle trim) then you may notice at first glance, this harness will NOT work. That is because the factory connections this harness does work with are plugged into a factory audio amp. You have to disconnect the amp (two more plastic clips) then this harness works like a charm. I used it to connect up an Android head unit and will be doing to speakers soon as well.TL DR: Some Camrys (XLE trim – I.E. if you have a CD player and a tape player) have a factory amplifier and you need to disconnect it to find the connections this harness plugs into, don’t freak out like it did haha. This worked perfectly for my 2000 Toyota Tundra.Just a little heads up that if you are installing this in a first generation tundra, there is an amplifier screwed in to the dashboard frame behind the radio that must be removed and the two plugs going into the amplifier connect to this harness.Once I soldered up all the connections and plugged in my pioneer CarPlay unit, everything worked perfectly I am in no way electrically inclined but this harness made the connection process ridiculously easy! Each wire on the harness is labeled with its name on a tag (Left Front +, Dimmer, Right Rear -) AND is stamped on each wire should the tags fall off. Admittedly, you may need a magnifier to read the .0005″ print.A few strips to the end of wires, a butt clamp on both ends and a crimp to lock in wires on both side of connector. Oh, the wires are also colored to match with the receiving wire and match near identically … really nice for the lazy folk that skipped over the mention of the magnifier!When you’re done, you’ll feel like you earned a certificate or something AND you prolly saved yourself a hefty install fee! Yay you!!! It does its job. The wire color guide on the packaging needs an update though. The guide calls out two separate wires for POWER ANTENNA (“BLUE”) and AMP TURN ON (“BLUE/WHITE”). But on this harness the pins for POWER ANTENNA and AMP TURN ON are connected by a short, blue jumper wire; and so there is just one blue wire coming off of one of the pins to serve both functions, as it should be; therefore there is no separate BLUE/WHITE wire that is referenced on their guide. They just haven’t updated their wire color guide that’s printed on the package to reflect this. Worked great for our non-JBL 2009 RAV4 aftermarket install on an AVH-W4400NEX head unit install.It’s just a wiring harness so that you don’t have to make any splices to the factory harness. You DO still have to splice the aftermarket head unit’s harness to it, so keep that in mind. Whether you solder, butt splice or twist/splice/tape it, you do still have to connect to the aftermarket harness. After that, it’s plug and play to the factory harness.PLEASE KEEP IN MIND – This harness is ONLY for the basic functions of a car stereo, namely the 4 speakers, ignition, 12V accessory, ground and remote. If you also need functions such as steering wheel controls, bluetooth, ETC…that will be a different module/harness. Don’t blame it on the harness if you didn’t do your homework! I bought both the 71- 1761 and the 70–1761 As I was installing an amplifier onto an existing car radio. This made the job significantly easier. I was able to solder and shrink wrap all the connectors working on my kitchen table and when it came time to install the amplifier in the car all we had to do was plug into the back of the radio and the wiring harness and the job is done. 2016 Subaru Impreza added in an alpine amplifier. I have a 2004 Toyota Corolla CE with a stock four speaker system. This harness was perfect and high quality. There are many strangs of solid copper in the wiring that shows it is quality. I only wish the Pioneer head unit I wired it with had as many strands in the included plug for it (they were only like 4 strands with 20 guage wiring). The back of the package identifies all of the wires so that you don’t make a mistake. Excellent. I will always be using Metra for my car audio needs in the future.

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