2001 Chrysler 300M Car Stereo Wiring Diagram


Question: Where can I find a 2001 Chrysler 300M radio wiring diagram? How I find a 2001 Chrysler 300M car stereo wiring diagram?

Whether you’re an expert Chrysler 300M mobile electronics installer, Chrysler 300M fanatic, or a novice Chrysler 300M enthusiast, an Chrysler 300M 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 2001 Chrysler 300M or figure our why car radio stopped working, a 2001 Chrysler 300M radio wiring diagram can save you a lot of time. Knowing what every wire does in your 2001 Chrysler 300M radio wire harness takes the guess work out of changing your car radio or fixing your car stereo. Our 2001 Chrysler 300M radio wiring diagram shows you all the 2001 Chrysler 300M radio wire colors and what they do. Use our 2001 Chrysler 300M stereo wiring guide to install a new car radio.

2001 Chrysler 300M Car Radio Wiring Diagram

Knowing your 2001 Chrysler 300M radio wire colors makes it easy to change your car stereo. Our 2001 Chrysler 300M 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+) Pink
Car Radio Accessory Wire (Switched Power 12v+) Red/White
Car Radio Ground Wire Chassis
arrow Use a Car Radio Wire Harness and Car Radio Dash Kit for an Easy Install!
Car Radio Illumination Wire N/A
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire Orange
Car Radio Antenna Trigger Wire Orange/Red
Car Radio Speaker Amplifier Turn-On Trigger Wire N/A
Car Radio Subwoofer Amp Turn-On Trigger Wire N/A
Car Radio Mute Wire N/A
Car Radio Amplifier Location Located under the rear deck in the trunk.
arrow Use an Amp Integration Harness to Connect Your Factory Amplifier to an aftermarket radio.

2001 Chrysler 300M Speaker Wiring Guide

Knowing your 2001 Chrysler 300M speaker wire colors makes it super easy to replace your car stereo. Our 2001 Chrysler 300M 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 2001 Chrysler 300M 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 (+) Dark Green
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-) Brown/Red
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+) Purple
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-) Dark Blue/Red
arrow Use a Speaker Wire Harness for easy Speaker Installation!
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 (+) Brown/Yellow
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-) Brown/Light Blue
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+) Dark Blue/White
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-) Dark Blue/Orange
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Subwoofer Positive Wire (+) N/A
Subwoofer Negative Wire (-) N/A

2001 Chrysler 300M Speaker Size and Location

Knowing your 2001 Chrysler 300M speaker sizes makes it simple to install new car speakers. Our 2001 Chrysler 300M speaker size guide shows you the exact measurements and what speaker fits in your car. It also shows you where your 2001 Chrysler 300M speakers are located. Find your 2001 Chrysler 300M 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 6.5″ Speakers
Front Speaker Depth 2.75″ Depth
Front Speaker Location Front Doors
arrow Use a Speaker Wire Harness for easy Speaker Installation!
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 9″ Speakers
Rear Speaker Depth 4″ Depth
Rear Speaker Location Rear Deck
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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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Conclusion

Feel free to use any 2001 Chrysler 300M 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 2001 Chrysler 300M stereo wiring guide is at your own risk. Always verify all radio wire, stereo wire colors and wiring information before applying it to your 2001 Chrysler 300M.

28 Responses

  1. Patricia, you can get to the rear speakers on most late model cars one of two ways. You can remove the rear speaker grills from some vehicles simply by removing screws that hold down the speaker grills to the rear deck lid. These screws are usually located on the bottom side of the rear deck (accessible through the trunk). The second way would require you to remove the deck lid from the interior of the car. On some cars removal of the rear seats is required to get to the rear deck lid. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 2001 Chrysler 300m rear speaker removal.

  2. i need to change my rear speakers but i have a problem getting to them.how can i .please can u help me out or can u tell me a website that i could go on .

  3. so far almost all the questions that i was looking for has been answered, except the one about the amp remote. i understand that there is an amp in the trunk. i just need the color to turn it on!

  4. Thanks for your reply. What I ended up doing was I removed the side panels between the windshield and the driver’s and passenger doors, then I removed the front dash panel (closest to the windshield) all using a flathead screwdriver. After that was off, I was able to disconnect the speaker by disconnecting a white plastic connector that was just sitting right there. I have no sound coming out, but when times are tough no sound is better than scratchy sound. Thanks for you help, G.

  5. If there is no sound or the amplifier turns off when playing a CD, but there is sound and the amplifier is on when playing the radio, then you may have the solid blue (antenna remote lead – ANT REM) and blue striped (amplifier remote lead – AMP REM) wires connected incorrectly. Try switching these wire connections.

    In vehicles designed to supply power to the amplifier through the antenna power supply (like the Chryslers), connect the solid blue antenna wire (from the speakers/amp wiring harness) to the solid red ignition wire.

  6. To everyone in this forum that does not have any sound. You need to check to see if your amp is turning on. Most vehicles need the amp to be turned on in order for sound to come out. If your car is stock then your amp may be done for. As for looking for replacement speakers, most online stores, can give you the speaker size. You will not be able to find an exact match for stock unless you go get it from the dealer, but then you will be paying more than you would if you just got a better aftermarket speaker set.

  7. I need front door infinity speakers for my 2001 300m, is the a particular type of infinity speakers I need to go with the orginal system? What is the original type of infinity speakers that comes with the car? Also I need tweeters as well, I don’t know what size tweeters fit on the door. Does anyone know?

  8. I have a similar problem as the one described by Tom above. Absolutely no sound comes from the speakers, although the radio still powers up and seeks properly to local radio stations. Also odd, is that CDs can be inserted and the 4 disk changer recognizes the CDs and the head unit will allow you to select a CD, however, in addition to there being no sound, the counter for the min:sec does not look like the CD is playing. Also, cannot seek to different songs. Insert a CD into any slot and it will stay stuck on song 1 showing –:– for the time in the song. Putting a cassette in the tape deck also has no sound and it does not look like the tape is spinning. It is like there is some sort of inhibit that stops the radio/CD/tape from playing by not spinning up the CD/tape, but still allows the radio to seek without sound.

  9. i have a 2001 Chrysler 300m and my front door speakers are blown i am wanting to buy new ones but am not sure what size to buy does anyone know? thanks -cheyenne

  10. Kyle, it is not possible to power your subwoofer with the factory amp because the factory amplifier doesn’t have enough power. We suggest you get a matching Mono D subfwoofer amplifier and install a line out converter to supply an audio output. Here is the Line-Out Converter you need:

    Scosche 2-Channel Speaker to RCA Line Out Converter

    When splicing in the RCA Line Out Converter, tap your factory rear speaker wires to get a full range audio source. We suggest you invest in some solid wire taps that wont come loose. These wire tap connectors will allow you to tap into wires without cutting and installs in seconds by hand with no crimping or tools required. If you’ve never installed a car subwoofer and amp before, we advise you to take your car to an experienced mobile audio installer. Hope this helps. Good luck.

  11. i have a chrysler 300m, and i just bought a sub all boxed up. i have the stock deck and factory amp, but i want to wire the sub in without replacing neither the deck nor the amp. any ideas?

  12. i just hook up an after market cd player in my 2001 chrysler 300m. the radio plays but the cd player want play. anyone have any ideas of whats going on?

  13. Bubbal, technically you could connect your Chrysler 300M amplifier turn on wire to the radio switched 12v+ wire. That way your amplifier is on whenever your Chrysler 300M is on and off whenever your Chrysler 300M is off. Just make sure to run an in-line fuse holder with a 1-amp fuse on the amplifier turn on wire. As for the running of the power cable, most installers will run the power cable from the battery, through the firewall, under the carpet (near the door sill) and to your amplifier location for hook up. Just make sure you zip tie the cable down so it does not move. Also, make sure when you run the cable through the firewall that you use a rubber grommet to protect the power cable from rubbing on any bare metal. Hope this helps. Good luck.

  14. Okay. my brother has the 2001 Chrysler 300M, his two front speakers blew out and we decided to replace them, so that means we have to put in our stored up subwoofers and amp and the wires in the process- since we are going into it, might as well, right? Couple of Q’s…
    1) Leaving the stock deck in the car, we have the RCA adapter to wire into the rear speaker to hook up the amp, but how do I connect the Remote wire?
    2) What is the best way to run the amp’s power wire up to the battery in this particular car. I have done it in a couple cars now, and this one is by far my most difficult one yet.

  15. Kevin, if you’re trying to replace the factory amplifier with an aftermarket amplifier, it is not universal. You cannot just take the factory one out and plug the wires into an aftermarket one. It does requires wiring know-how. Hope this helps. Good luck.

  16. I have a silly question or maybe it’s applies to something that seems logical to me. When installing a new system aren’t the plugs that are required to power each device universal. So could I take the amp from my system and plug a new amp in to the sam position the factory amp is in. and take new speakers and plug them into the spots the factory speakers are. and plug a new deck in the same spot as th eold deck?

  17. Cameron, your 2001 Chrsyler 300m may have a factory amplifier that needs to be turned on by your after market radio. The car stereo amplifier trigger wire has to be wired up to turn on your factory amplifier. Unfortunately, we don’t have this information but maybe someone from the Modified Life community can post that information here. Hope this helps. Good luck.

  18. I have a 2001 Chrysler 300m and decided to replace it with a new Sony deck (Sony MEX-BT2500). I bought two seperate wiring harnesses. One that went from the car’s manufactured plugs to a generic male end, and then I bought one that went from the sony stereo to the female end of that generic plug. So in all a very clean and easy effort.

    The stereo turns on fine and the cd player reads the cds, but there is no sound. It is like the speakers just aren’t hooked up. I could just cut the wires and do it myself but I figured that it should work, but thought maybe I’d ask for help!!

  19. Modifiedlife–thanks a bunch. A couple of followup questions…..

    1). What color is the amp turn on wire? Above it says this wire is N/A
    2). The factory amp is located in the trunk?
    3). To bypass I would assume you would jumper around the to plugs which insert into the amp.

  20. Tom, your vehicle may has a factory amplifier that needs to be turned on by your after market radio. Make sure your amp turn on wire is getting voltage at your factory amplifier. This will confirm that you radio is turning on your amp. If your radio is turning on the amp then it is a possibility that the infinity amp has died and needs to be replaced or bypassed. Hope this helps. Good luck.

  21. I have a 2001 300m. A year ago the sound system began to act flaky. When cold the radio and CD player would play fine. After warming up (an hour), if the radio station was changed the system would stop playing. Now the system will not play at all. The radio would still find stations, however no sound. I was told by the dealer, that the CD player had gone out. Thinking I would beat this, I purchased a Sony from Crutchfield and installed. The same thing–no sound. I am at a loss for the solution. Could it be the Infinity amp?

  22. Edward, here are some ideas of how to remove the rear deck. Some vehicles require you to remove the rear sets before being able to remove the rear deck – or – you may be able to remove the speaker grills from the under side of the rear deck (accessible form the trunk). Hope this helps.

  23. There is a center dash speaker that I am trying to figure out which wire controls it and have had no luck so far. This is for the Infinity system.

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