2000 Ford Explorer Car Radio Wiring Diagram


Question: Where can I find a 2000 Ford Explorer radio wiring diagram? How I find a 2000 Ford Explorer car stereo wiring diagram?

Whether you’re an expert Ford Explorer mobile electronics installer, Ford Explorer fanatic, or a novice Ford Explorer enthusiast, a Ford Explorer car stereo wiring diagram is a must. One of the most time consuming tasks with installing a car radio is identifying the correct wires. If you want to know how to change your radio in your 2000 Ford Explorer or figure out why your car radio stopped working, a 2000 Ford Explorer radio wiring diagram can save you a lot of time. Knowing what every car radio wire does in your 2000 Ford Explorer radio wire harness takes the guess work out of changing your car radio or fixing your car stereo. Our 2000 Ford Explorer radio wiring diagram shows you all the radio wire colors and what they do.

2000 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Diagram

Knowing your 2000 Ford Explorer radio wire colors makes it easy to change your car stereo. Our 2000 Ford Explorer radio wiring guide shows you how to connect car radio wires and helps you when your car radio wires not working. It also shows you the car radio wire to battery, which wire is positive, what is car radio illumination wire and more.

Application Radio Wire Color
Car Radio Battery Wire (Constant Power 12v+) Light Green/Purple
Car Radio Accessory Wire (Switched Power 12v+) Yellow/Black
Car Radio Ground Wire Black
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Car Radio Illumination Wire Red/Black
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire N/A
Car Radio Antenna Trigger Wire N/A
Car Radio Amp Turn-On Trigger Wire N/A
Car Radio Amp Mute Wire N/A
Car Radio Amplifier Location If equipped, the factory amplifier is located behind the trim panel on the right side of the cargo area.
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2000 Ford Explorer Speaker Wiring Guide

Knowing your 2000 Ford Explorer speaker wire colors makes it super easy to replace your car stereo. Our 2000 Ford Explorer speaker wire guide shows you how to connect car speaker wires and helps you when your car speaker wire not working. It also shows you what car speaker wire to use, which car speaker wire is positive and more. Find your 2000 Ford Explorer speaker wire below!

Application Bulb Size
Front Center Speaker Positive Wire (+) N/A
Front Center Speaker Negative Wire (-) N/A
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Left Front Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Left Front Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
Right Front Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Right Front Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
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Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+) Tan/Yellow
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-) Gray/Light Blue
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+) Orange/Red
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-) Brown/Pink
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Left Rear Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Left Rear Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
Right Rear Tweeter Positive Wire (+) N/A
Right Rear Tweeter Negative Wire (-) N/A
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Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+) White/Green
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-) Gray/White
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+) White
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-) Gray
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Left Subwoofer Positive Wire (+) N/A
Left Subwoofer Negative Wire (-) N/A
Right Subwoofer Positive Wire (+) N/A
Right Subwoofer Negative Wire (-) N/A

2000 Ford Explorer Speaker Size and Location

Knowing your 2000 Ford Explorer speaker sizes makes it simple to install new car speakers. Our 2000 Ford Explorer speaker size guide shows you the exact measurements and what speaker fits in your car. It also shows you where your 2000 Ford Explorer speakers are located. Find your 2000 Ford Explorer speaker size and speaker location below!

Application Bulb Size
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 2.5″
Front Speaker Location Front Doors
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Rear Tweeter Size N/A
Rear Tweeter Depth N/A
Rear Tweeter Location N/A
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Rear Speaker Size 6″ x 8″ Speakers
Rear Speakers Depth 3″
Rear Speaker Location N/A
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Car Subwoofer Speaker Size N/A
Car Subwoofer Speaker Depth N/A
Car Subwoofer Speaker Location N/A

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Conclusion

Feel free to use any 2000 Ford Explorer radio wire diagram that is listed here but keep in mind that all information here is provided as is without any warranty of any kind. Use of this 2000 Ford Explorer stereo wiring guide is at your own risk. Always verify all radio wire, stereo wire colors and wiring information before applying it to your 2000 Ford Explorer.

5 thoughts on “2000 Ford Explorer Car Radio Wiring Diagram”

  1. Jesus T. Rogel

    I am trying to connect a RCA line out converter, but do not know which are the speaker wires in the group of all the wires that run on the side under the driver door. can you please tell me the color of the wires that belong to my 2000 Ford Explorer speakers so I can connect my amplifier please? anyone?

  2. Tyrone, you may have mixed up the battery constant and accessory switched wires. The battery constant always sends power to the radio to save your radio stations and other audio settings. The accessory switched wire sends power to your radio only when the key is in the ignition and your 2000 Ford Explorer is on. Check your wiring and make sure the correct radio wires are hooked up to the correct wires on your factory harness. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 2000 Ford Explorer radio installation.

  3. Tyrone Holden Jr.

    I’m trying to hook up my power acoustik dvd player in my car all works fine except when I turn off my 2000 Ford Explorer. it does not hold my settings at all. is there a wire I missed????

  4. Nathan, use the gray/black wire (pin #58 in the 104-pin plug) located at the rear of the engine on the passenger side. This is your 2000 Ford Explorer speed sense wire. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 2000 Ford Explorer navigation installation.

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