2000 Chevrolet S10 Car Stereo Wiring Chart

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2000 Chevrolet S10 Car Stereo Wiring Chart

ApplicationWire Color
Car Radio Constant 12v+ WireOrange
Car Radio Switched 12v+ WireDark Green
Car Radio Ground WireBlack
arrow Use a Car Radio Wire Harness and Car Radio Dash Kit for an Easy Car Radio Install!
Car Radio Illumination WireGray
Car Stereo Dimmer WireViolet/White
Car Stereo Antenna TriggerN/A
arrow Use an Amp Integration Harness to Connect Your Factory Amplifier to an aftermarket radio.
Car Stereo Amp Trigger WireN/A
Car Stereo Amplifier LocationN/A
arrow Add a Car Amplifier to Upgrade Your Car Audio!
Car Audio Front Tweeter SizeN/A
Car Audio Front Tweeter DepthN/A
Car Audio Front Tweeter LocationN/A
arrow Add Car Tweeters to Upgrade Your Car Audio!
Left Tweeter Positive Wire (+)N/A
Left Tweeter Negative Wire (-)N/A
Right Tweeter Positive Wire (+)N/A
Right Tweeter Negative Wire (-)N/A
arrow Use a Bluetooth Audio Transmitter for Easy Bluetooth Connection!
Front Speakers Size6 1/2″ Speakers
Front Speaker Depth3″
Front Speakers LocationDoors
arrow Use a Speaker Wire Harness for Easy Speaker Installation!
Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+)Tan
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-)Gray
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+)Light Green
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-)Dark Green
arrow Use a Bluetooth Audio Transmitter for Easy Bluetooth Connection!
Rear Speakers Size (2-Door)4″ x 6″ Speakers
Rear Speaker Depth (2-Door)3″
Rear Speakers Size (4-Door)6 1/2″ Speakers
Rear Speaker Depth (4-Door)2.8″
Rear Speakers Size (Extended Cab)4″ x 10″ Speakers
Rear Speaker Depth (Extended Cab)3″
Rear Speakers LocationN/A
arrow Use a Speaker Wire Harness for Easy Speaker Installation!
Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+)Brown
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-)Yellow
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+)Dark Blue
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-)Light Blue
arrow Use a Steering Wheel Control Adapter to Keep Your Steering Wheel Controls.

4 thoughts on “2000 Chevrolet S10 Car Stereo Wiring Chart”

  1. Andy, most installers will either find an open factory hole with a grommet to run the power cable or drill a new one. Just make sure you use a rubber grommet to protect the cable from rubbing up against the bare metal around the hole you just drilled. Good luck. Hope this helps.

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