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1998 Lincoln Navigator Stereo Wire Diagram


Question: Where can I find a 1998 Lincoln Navigator stereo wiring diagram? What are the 1998 Lincoln Navigator radio wiring harness colors?

If you’re looking to change the radio in your 1998 Lincoln Navigator or troubleshoot why your car radio stopped working, we’re here to help!

Our comprehensive 1998 Lincoln Navigator stereo wiring diagram shows you all the stereo wire harness colors, car speaker wiring colors and car speaker sizes. Use our 1998 Lincoln Navigator stereo wiring guide to help you with your car radio and installation needs.

1998 Lincoln Navigator Stereo Wiring Diagram

This 1998 Lincoln Navigator stereo wiring chart shows you all the 1998 Lincoln Navigator stereo wire colors and their functions. Utilize this guide to help you with a car radio install or help with a car radio troubleshoot. If you don’t see the car radio wiring information you’re looking for, please feel free to ask your question at the bottom of this page.

Application Radio Wire Color
Car Radio Battery Wire (Constant Power 12v+) White/Purple
Car Radio Accessory Wire (Switched Power 12v+) Black/Pink
Car Radio Ground Wire Black/Green
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Car Radio Illumination Wire Blue/Black
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire N/A
Car Radio Antenna Trigger Wire Yellow/Red
Car Radio Speaker Amplifier Turn-On Trigger Wire Blue
Car Radio Subwoofer Amp Turn-On Trigger Wire N/A
Car Radio Mute Wire N/A
Car Radio Amplifier Location Car amplifier is located on the right side of the trunk behind the carpet.
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1998 Lincoln Navigator Speaker Wiring Guide

This 1998 Lincoln Navigator speaker wiring chart shows you every speaker wire color and the speaker wire location. Use this 1998 Lincoln Navigator speaker wiring guide to help you with a speaker replacement or speaker upgrade. If the car speaker wiring information you’re searching for is not listed, please don’t hesitate to ask for it at the bottom of this page.

Application Speaker Wire Color
Front Center Speaker Positive Wire (+) N/A
Front Center Speaker Negative Wire (-) N/A
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Front Left Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Front Left Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
Front Right Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Front Right Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
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Front Left Speaker Positive Wire (+) White/Red
Front Left Speaker Negative Wire (-) Brown
Front Right Speaker Positive Wire (+) Green
Front Right Speaker Negative Wire (-) White/Orange
arrow Use a Speaker Wire Harness for easy Speaker Installation!
Rear Left Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Rear Left Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
Rear Right Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Rear Right Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
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Rear Left Speaker Positive Wire (+) Light Blue/Black
Rear Left Speaker Negative Wire (-) Yellow
Rear Right Speaker Positive Wire (+) Purple/White
Rear Right Speaker Negative Wire (-) Light Blue
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Subwoofer Positive Wire (+) N/A
Subwoofer Negative Wire (-) N/A

1998 Lincoln Navigator Speaker Sizes and Location

This 1998 Lincoln Navigator speaker size chart shows your speaker measurements and speaker locations. Use this chart to see what speaker fits in your 1998 Lincoln Navigator.

Application Speaker Size and Location
Front Center Speaker Size N/A
Front Center Speaker Depth N/A
Front Center Speaker Location N/A
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Front Tweeter Size N/A
Front Tweeter Depth N/A
Front Tweeter Location N/A
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Front Speaker Size 6″ x 8″ Speakers
Front Speaker Depth 4″ Depth
Front Speaker Location Front Doors
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Rear Tweeter Size N/A
Rear Tweeter Depth N/A
Rear Tweeter Location N/A
arrow Use a Speaker Wire Harness for easy Speaker Installation!
Rear Speakers Size 6″ x 8″ Speakers
Rear Speaker Depth 4″ Depth
Rear Speaker Location Rear Doors
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Car Subwoofer Speaker Size N/A
Car Subwoofer Speaker Depth N/A
Car Subwoofer Speaker Location N/A

Questions and Answers

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17 thoughts on “1998 Lincoln Navigator Stereo Wire Diagram”

  1. I have a 1998 navigator and the subwoofer in the back blew out . What type of replacement should I get? What size is the subwoofer? And how many volts or watts is compatible to what was originally installed? basically what brand or type should I buy that would work? Would it be bad for the car if I bought a speaker/subwoofer that had a higher voltage/ watt? anyone?

  2. Dave, double check ALL your fuses using an Automotive Fuse Tester because certain vehicles may have a wire tied into another circuit not labeled as car radio. You may have additional fuse boxes by the passenger side of the dash, driver side of the dash, passenger kick panel, driver kick panel, under the steering column or under the hood. If all of your fuses are good, your 1998 Lincoln Navigator factory amplifier (if equipped) may be faulty. We suggest you take your car to an experienced audio installer and have them troubleshoot your problem. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 1998 Lincoln Navigator stereo troubleshooting.

  3. I just bought a 1998 Lincoln Navigator and am having problems with the radio. it powers on but i cant get any sound. any ideas???

  4. Christine, we suggest you purchase an automotive auxiliary input adapter. This adapter will allow you to input any Apple iPod, mp3 player or portable music player into your factory radio. This is the easiest and most cost effective way to add an audio input into your factory stereo. Here is the adapter you will need:

    iPod and Aux Input Adapter for 1998 Lincoln Navigator

    If you’ve never installed car audio before, we advise you to take your car to an experienced mobile audio installer. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 1998 Lincoln Navigator iPod and aux input adapter installation.

  5. I have a 1998 Lincoln Navigator. I want to install an aftermarket radio, but when I removed the original one, there were two clusters of wires, and only room for one on the new radio. Is one of them for the 6 disc changer? If so, I don’t care if it’s not connected anymore, because the whole reason I got a new one was to use my ipod. I just don’t want to screw anything up. Please help! :)

  6. Brian, double check ALL your fuses using a Automotive Fuse Tester because certain vehicles may have a wire tied into another circuit not labeled as car radio. You may have additional fuse boxes by the driver side of the dash, passenger side of the dash, driver kick panel, passenger kick panel, under the steering column or under the hood. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 1998 Lincoln Navigator radio troubleshooting.

  7. I have a 1998 Lincoln Navigator and my stereo just quit working on me. I have checked ALL the fuses and everything is ok. I had recently taken out the factory disc changer but the stereo worked fine after. what can the problem be if not the fuses?

  8. What is the size of the round speakers on the front and rear doors of my 2005 Navigator and does the grill over the speakers access the speaker or do I have to remove the entire door paneling?

  9. i clipped two wires in the rear of my 1998 Lincoln Navigator to connect a new speaker when i clipped the wires i got a spark so i blew a fuse now there isnt any sound comming from the radio at all i checked all fuses and cant find which is blowen can someone help is there a fuse on the back of the radio?

  10. Josh, technically you could connect your 1998 Lincoln Navigator amplifier turn on wire to the radio switched 12v+ wire. That way your amplifier is on whenever your 1998 Lincoln Navigator is on and off whenever your 1998 Lincoln Navigator is off. Just make sure to run an in-line fuse holder with a 1-amp fuse on the amplifier turn on wire. Hope this helps. Good luck with your amplifier install.

  11. I have a 1998 Lincoln Navigator and I think my factory amplifier is finished and I am trying to find where it is located at so I can swap it out for a new one can you help me?

  12. Ken, it sounds like you blew out a fuse or two. Double check ALL your fuses and you will probably find a blown fuse somewhere. Sometimes when you short out your radio fuse, other fuses may also blow out. Hope this helps. Good luck.

  13. I have a 99 lincoln navigator, the other day my radio stop turning on. I want to check the fuses but i dont have the manual, so i dont know what fuse to check without pulling them all out.

    Thanks

  14. I have a 98 lincoln navigator and I am trying to find out the colors of the rear door speakers I have the panel off where all of the wires run into the door and there is not a SOLID YELLOW or a VIOLET/WHITE wire going to the speakers I need the colors after they leave the factory amp please. Thank you very much.

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