The firing order is 1-4-2-5-3-6. You can gat a book a auto parts store that could help for about twenty bucks. Theres a small screw that holds the coil in place, Remove the srew, remove the coil, once you remove the coil take a spark plug socket and extension to remove the plug. There are definitely 2 wires carrying the subwoofer channel to the factory amplifier. Elite Explorer members see practically no ads, can add their own profile photo, upload photo attachments in all forums, and Media Gallery, create more private Conversations, and more. Probably due to the better pre-amp signal it's getting from the alpine headunit and it's got all the added bass I need for this truck.
Figured I'd tie this up for posterity. Customize the diagram layout and size. Use of the Ford Explorer wiring information is at your own risk. The Present diagram Production is handled by Diagrammr. Its mounting depth was a little too deep, but I drilled out the rear bolt hole now a voice coil vent hole and used some rubber tape around the sub hole as a spacer.
Just go ahead and call the phone number at the top of the page and a friendly specialist will help you out. This box will disappear once registered! Thus, I can't move forward with my project. Thanks for the reply, but I'm not entirely sure I understand your response. Wire the line-out converter to the rear speakers. The sub in our Explorer cuts in and out, not sure if it is the subwoofer or the amplifier, ideally the sub and I can find a cheap enough replacement. That way your amplifier is on whenever your 2006 Ford Explorer is on and off whenever your 2006 Ford Explorer is off.
If doing front and rear speakers order 2 of these. This site has been optimized to be viewed at 1024x768. Our automotive wiring diagrams allow you to enjoy your new mobile electronics rather than spend countless hours trying to figure out which wires goes to which 2006 Ford Explorer part or component. This schematic is provided free of charge and may not be 100% accurate. Got this for my pioneer. Some of our top Radio Wiring Harness product brands are. It will be useful when installing a stereo sound system, aftermarket headunit radio, or other automotive accessories.
This schematic is provided free of charge and may not be 100% accurate. Anyway, I apparently figured it out. Find a factory bolt that is attached to your car chassis and ground your wire there using a ring terminal see below. There are no screws holding that panel on. The firing order is 1-4-2-5-3-6.
Either way, I randomly chose one of the wires to be + and the other to be -. If doing front and rear speakers order 2 of these. I'm going to have to do more work, anyway, because the amp is powered on all the time. The radio is then held in with 4 7mm screws. Do I need a line converter or are there pre outs on the back. Does anyone have a wiring diagram or a text description of what the 5 wires are? I tried to find an image of what the connector looks like on the terminal end. The factory uses a non-standard 5 V signal that reportedly isn't enough juice for after-market amps.
You can gat a book a auto parts store that could help for about twenty bucks. Is that a speaker or a stock subwoofer? Keep in mind if you are installing a new radio in your Explorer you need the wiring harness, the antenna adapter, and the mounting kit as well. Here is the audio stereo radio wiring information for your 2006 Ford Explorer with the standard or amplified systems. Replaced the 4 door speakers with 6x8 speakers. Thanks for the reply, but I'm not entirely sure I understand your response. For some up-dates and latest information about 2006 ford Explorer Radio Wiring Harness Diagram graphics.
I looked up the wiring diagram on mitchell-on-demand which I have and got the color codes and went to work. I do not have a factory rear seat entertainment package installed if that matters. In addition to the input trigger wire being apparently unused, the ground wire also doesn't seem to have any impact. Hooked up volt meter and this wire does not show any deflection on the meter when the car is placed in reverse—should show about 12 volts. The easiest way to ground a wire is by using a factory bolt. I think there was three wires connected to the factory sub and I used 2 of them. What does it look like? We know you love your Ford Explorer and want to make sure it's taken care of maybe he or she even has a name? Hooked up volt meter and this wire does not show any deflection on the meter when the car is placed in reverse—should show about 12 volts.