How to Colorize Your Source Code in SEU

English: Rainbow colored Fabric hanging verticle

Yes, I’m perfectly aware there are numerous advanced editors available that handle RPG and CL, and perform the syntax checking we are all familiar with using SEU. However, it’s not always possible to use RSE or the other editors in all situations. Some companies may not want 3rd party software and editors accessing their iSeries, or maybe you’re working on a project where you find yourself plunked down at a desktop PC that’s either quite old or has limited capabilities.

You find yourself looking at an ugly, old green screen version of SEU. Yucko.

All hope is not lost. You can make SEU readable and be comfortable with SEU once again. It’s a simple little trick.

First, it will only work on very good 5250 emulators like Client Access that allow for semi-advanced keyboard mapping. I will use CA as the example since it’s what I use now.

Write down these codes. They will come in handy later. They are the hex values associated with a particular color on the 5250 display. When you use the COLOR attribute in a Display File, these codes are placed in a single byte in front of the text or field on a display to render the color. That is how the 5250 display works.

The codes I colored with red are those that make the most sense for me to use in SEU. You can experiment and see if the others make sense for you. (These are in no particular order).

Color Code Color Code Color Code Color Code
GRN 20 WHT 22 GRN UL 21 WHT UL 26
GRN RI 21 WHT RI 23 GRN UL RI 25 ND 27
RED 28 RED BL 2A RED RI 29 RED BL RI 2B
RED UL 2C RED UL BL 2E RED UL RI 2D
TRQ 30 TRQ RI 31 YLW 32 YLW RI 33
TRQ UL 34 TRQ UL RI 35 YLW UL 36 ND CS 37
PNK 38 PNK RI 39 BLU 3A BLU RI 3B
PNK UL 3C PNK UL RI 3C PNK UL RI 3D BLU UL 3E

Keep in mind – the colors TRQ (turquoise) and YLW (yellow) already have column separators on most displays, so underlining them looks atrocious. As does any BL (blinking) and some of the RI (reverse image). RED UL RI (red underlined and reverse image) makes my eyes spin out of control.

Now that you’ve picked your colors, it’s just a matter of mapping them into Client Access (or you favorite emulator). Just follow these simple steps.

Open your emulator and find the option for keyboard mapping. In the default Client Access configuration it’s a little icon on the second row of the toolbar that looks like a little tiny keyboard. If you hover you mouse over it the tooltip “Remap keyboard functions” should appear.

Click the icon. A large window that mimics a keyboard map will appear. In the upper half it says “Select a Key”. In the lower right it says “Change Current Actions for Selected Key”. When the window first opens, the Esc key should be highlighted. If you look in the lower right, you’ll see what the key does by default (Base), and what it does when used in a key combination (Shift+Esc, Ctrl+Esc, etc.).

A Control key (marked "Ctrl") on a m...

I avoided using any of the Ctrl or Shift combinations since they are very common, and I certainly didn’t want to confuse myself with AltGr or CtrlShift. I settled on using the Alt key plus another key to set my colors. You can decide on another combination that suits you.

(Note: I did initially set up reverse image colors using the CtrlShift option, but I never use it. It was just too much colorization).

First, let’s set the color white (also know as highlight). Click on the letter ‘W’ in the keyboard map. In the box next to the control key you want to use (min would be Alt), type in “apl 22” (without the quotes).

From this point forward, clicking on Alt and the letter ‘W’ will set the color byte as x’22’ in your SEU source. Congratulations, you’ve set up your first color. At this point, you can click on File->Save, and close the window. The change will take place immediately.

Now, all you have to do is repeat the setup for any other colors you want. Here’s what I have set up, and it’s pretty easy to remember. Just prefix the code you enter in the text box with “apl” (i.e. – apl 22, apl 23, etc.).

Alt + W = White (highlight)
Alt + G = Green
Alt + R = Red
Alt + P = Pink
Alt + Y = Yellow
Alt + T = Turquoise
Alt + B = Blue

A few notes about using color.

First, don’t overdo it and colorize your source with too many variations. Set some standards – and follow them! I do most of my regular comments in White, important ones in Red or Pink. Blue doesn’t stand out too much, so I rarely use it. Yellow and Turquoise have the column separators, so they stretch across the SEU window. They are great for separating sections of code.

Oh, and if you page the SEU window to the left or right you might find the colors disappear. It depends on whether the color byte is “seen” by the 5250 interpreter.

Have fun!

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    • Theyseemetrollin
    • December 10, 2013
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    CSS Coding? After i make a style, eg. “h1 {color:green}”, what html code would i need to use to make one h1 in particular a different color?

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      • Admin
      • December 10, 2013
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      Just set up the classes of colors you will use as it will amount to the same thing. Plus, you can use them anywhere on your pages. Examples:

      /* START Color Styling by Classes */
      .blu { color: #00f; } .maintitle { color: #f4a460; }
      .grn { color: #0f0; } .dkgrn { color: #006400; }
      .red { color: #f00; } .subtitle { color: #cc6347; }
      .red2 { color: #680000; } .dkred { color: #770000; }
      .wht { color: #fff; }
      .yel { color: #ff0; }
      /* END Color Styling by Classes */

      Then whenever you need to change an h1 tag’s text color:

      This text is red2’s color

      This text is yel’s color

      Do not use named colors. Not all browsers unstand named colors unless you stick with the web’s name colors only. See list:

      http://www.w3schools.com/HTML/html_colornames.asp

      Ron

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    • Austin
    • December 12, 2013
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    How Do You Use IndexColorModel ( Java )? I have a custom font file* and I need to be able to change it into every color, so creating different colored font files is out of the question. I’ve been trying to change them pixel by pixel, but it was taking too long and it didn’t keep the alpha from the original pixels for some reason.

    So I looked up that IndexColorModel would be the way to go, but I’ve been searching but I can’t figure out how it works. I need to change the white pixels to be displayed as the current color. This is my current code:

    byte[] red = new byte[ 8 ];
    byte[] grn = new byte[ 8 ];
    byte[] blu = new byte[ 8 ];

    for ( int i = 0; i < 8; i++ ) { ? ? ? red[ i ] = ( byte ) color.getRed(); ? ? ? grn[ i ] = ( byte ) color.getGreen(); ? ? ? blu[ i ] = ( byte ) color.getBlue(); } * not really a font file, just a png file split into 16 x 16 squares that get loaded individually, each one containing it's own character. The characters are white with anti-aliasing on them. Please help, I'm really trying to make my first game and this is really stopping me from actually being able to carry on with the game.

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    • James D
    • December 14, 2013
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    Wire Color Code Door Lock Actuator 2008 Silverado? I need to rewire the door lock actuator on my 2008 Chev silverado. Using aftermarket actuators w/only 2 wires. Stock harness has 5 wires, blk,blk/gry, grn, tan, larger grey, larger tan. I assume I can jump into two of these harness wires, but which ones? Please help

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      • Admin
      • December 14, 2013
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      Driver or passenger side????

      probably the larger of the wires. i have schematics in front of me right now, but i also need to know if you have the rpo codes:

      AN3
      DL3
      AU3

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    • Miller Misdur
    • January 7, 2014
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    Is This A Good Longboard? So through my research I’ve come up with this:

    Bearings: http://www.bonesbearings.com/products/bearings/bones-super-reds/

    Wheels: http://www.sk8trip.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=S&Product_Code=GBSet&Category_Code=W_abec11

    Trucks: http://www.randal.com/trucks.html

    Deck: http://store.sector9.com/Product.aspx?ID=OGF103D&upc=00000000888961626800&cat1=DECKS&cat2=OG%20Series&color=GRN

    Is this a good set up for cruising and carving? Will that deck be able to take those wheels without wheel-bite? What size randals do I want?

    thanks!
    I’m also looking at the krackedskulls scimitar

    I’m just gonna be cruising carving and pumping btw

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      Ye dude that’s a good setup but if I were you I would consider looking at some of the lush decks out there there sick man

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    • Brandon W
    • January 14, 2014
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    How Can I Connect A Subwoofer And Amp To My Stock Head Unit On A 2005 Ford 350?

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      All you need is a line output converter like this one http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00009UHRE?smid=A2YLYLTN75J8LR&tag=dealtime-ce-feed-20&linkCode=asn which will allow you to tap into the wires going to the speakers and will convert the signal into a low output RCA connection to connect to the amp. You will need to connect the remote wire to a switched 12 volt source like the accessory wire.

      Here are the color codes for the speaker wires:
      LF Speaker +/- orange/lt. grn – lt. blue/wht +,- radio harness
      RF Speaker +/- white/lt. grn – dk. green/org +,- radio harness
      LR Speaker +/- gray/lt. blue – tan/yellow +,- radio harness
      RR Speaker +/- orange/red – brown/pink +,- radio harness

      update:
      The converter Rick linked to is a very nice one, with lots of adjustment but It could be a little intimidating to a novice, I don’t know your level of expertise.

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    • Kevin B
    • February 7, 2014
    Reply

    Does Anyone Know Where I Could Find A Wiring Diagram For My Stereo In My 02 Nissan Sentra For Free? The main plug going into the subwoofer, the wires have been pulled out, and there is no color code on plug to put them back in correctly.

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      | ITEM | WIRE COLOR |POL| WIRE LOCATION |
      | 12V|white/red |+ |ignition harness |
      | STARTER|black/white |+ |ignition harness |
      | SECOND STARTER|black/yellow |+ |ignition harness |
      | IGNITION|black/red |+ |ignition harness |
      | ACCESSORY|white |+ |ignition harness |
      | SECOND ACCESSORY|white/blue |+ |ignition harness |
      | POWER LOCK|gray |- |Time Control Unit or SECU *1|
      | POWER UNLOCK|purple/red |- |Time Control Unit or SECU *1|
      | LOCK MOTOR|red/black | |pin 15 at SECU *1 |
      | UNLOCK MOTOR|blue/red | |pin 13 at SECU *1 |
      | DISARM DEFEAT|white/red | |pin 14 at SECU *1 |
      | PARKING LIGHTS +|wht/red or red/blu | |headlight switch or DKP |
      | PARKING LIGHTS -|org/blk (hazards) | |pin 7 at SECU *1 |
      | HEADLIGHTS|red/yel(L), purple(R|+ |headlight switch |
      | DOOR TRIGGER|*2 |- |*2 |
      | DOME SUPERVISION|use door trigger | | |
      | TRUNK/HATCH PIN|red/black *3 |- |trunk light or SECU *1 |
      | HOOD PIN|pink/black |- |hood switch or SECU *1 |
      |TRNK/HTCH RELEASE|red |- |release switch *4 |
      | FCTRY ALARM ARM|lt. green/red |- |pin 41 at SECU *1 |
      |FCTRY ALRM DISARM|white/blue |- |pin 30 at SECU *1 |
      | TACHOMETER|*5 | |*5 |
      | SPEED SENSE|purple/red | |instrument cluster |
      | BRAKE WIRE|red/green |+ |brake pedal switch |
      | HORN TRIGGER|white/green |- |steering column or SECU *1 |
      | WIPERS|grn/red(L),grn/wht(H|- |steering column |
      | LF WINDOW UP/DN|grn/red – blue |A |drivers window switch |
      | RF WINDOW UP/DN|red/wht – red |A |drivers kick panel |
      | LR WINDOW UP/DN|yellow – yel/blk |A |drivers kick panel |
      | RR WINDOW UP/DN|grn/wht – green |A |drivers kick panel |
      | RADIO 12V|blue |+ |at radio |
      | RADIO GROUND| | | |
      | RADIO SWITCH|pink |+ |at radio |
      | RADIO ILLUMINATE|yellow/red |+ |at radio |
      | LF SPEAKER|purple – grn/yel | |at radio |
      | RF SPEAKER|brown – brn/wht | |at radio |
      | LR SPEAKER|orange – blk/pnk | |at radio |
      | RR SPEAKER|gray – gry/red | |at radio |

      Notes:
      NOTE: Some models have an immobilizer system that needs to be bypassed during remote start. *1 The Time Control Unit or the SECU (smart entrance control unit) is to the right of the steering column. *2 On vehicles without power doorlocks use red/white in the drivers kick panel. Vehicles with power doorlocks use red for the drivers door and red/white for the passenger doors, at the Time Control Unit or SECU. *3 On models without the SECU, have to diode isolate the trunk pin wire from the trunk light to avoid falsing problems. *4 Can also use pink/black in pin 12 at the SECU but it is high current negative, and must use a relay. *5 For tach go to any of the coils and use one of the following: black/red, purple, blue/red, or gray/red. Can also use blue/orange at the instrument cluster if vehicle is equipped with a tachometer.

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    • Kevin B
    • February 24, 2014
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    Does Anyone Know Where I Could Find A Wiring Diagram For My Stereo In My 02 Nissan Sentra For Free? The main plug going into the subwoofer, the wires have been pulled out, and there is no color code on plug to put them back in correctly.

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      • Admin
      • February 24, 2014
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      | ITEM | WIRE COLOR |POL| WIRE LOCATION |
      | 12V|white/red |+ |ignition harness |
      | STARTER|black/white |+ |ignition harness |
      | SECOND STARTER|black/yellow |+ |ignition harness |
      | IGNITION|black/red |+ |ignition harness |
      | ACCESSORY|white |+ |ignition harness |
      | SECOND ACCESSORY|white/blue |+ |ignition harness |
      | POWER LOCK|gray |- |Time Control Unit or SECU *1|
      | POWER UNLOCK|purple/red |- |Time Control Unit or SECU *1|
      | LOCK MOTOR|red/black | |pin 15 at SECU *1 |
      | UNLOCK MOTOR|blue/red | |pin 13 at SECU *1 |
      | DISARM DEFEAT|white/red | |pin 14 at SECU *1 |
      | PARKING LIGHTS +|wht/red or red/blu | |headlight switch or DKP |
      | PARKING LIGHTS -|org/blk (hazards) | |pin 7 at SECU *1 |
      | HEADLIGHTS|red/yel(L), purple(R|+ |headlight switch |
      | DOOR TRIGGER|*2 |- |*2 |
      | DOME SUPERVISION|use door trigger | | |
      | TRUNK/HATCH PIN|red/black *3 |- |trunk light or SECU *1 |
      | HOOD PIN|pink/black |- |hood switch or SECU *1 |
      |TRNK/HTCH RELEASE|red |- |release switch *4 |
      | FCTRY ALARM ARM|lt. green/red |- |pin 41 at SECU *1 |
      |FCTRY ALRM DISARM|white/blue |- |pin 30 at SECU *1 |
      | TACHOMETER|*5 | |*5 |
      | SPEED SENSE|purple/red | |instrument cluster |
      | BRAKE WIRE|red/green |+ |brake pedal switch |
      | HORN TRIGGER|white/green |- |steering column or SECU *1 |
      | WIPERS|grn/red(L),grn/wht(H|- |steering column |
      | LF WINDOW UP/DN|grn/red – blue |A |drivers window switch |
      | RF WINDOW UP/DN|red/wht – red |A |drivers kick panel |
      | LR WINDOW UP/DN|yellow – yel/blk |A |drivers kick panel |
      | RR WINDOW UP/DN|grn/wht – green |A |drivers kick panel |
      | RADIO 12V|blue |+ |at radio |
      | RADIO GROUND| | | |
      | RADIO SWITCH|pink |+ |at radio |
      | RADIO ILLUMINATE|yellow/red |+ |at radio |
      | LF SPEAKER|purple – grn/yel | |at radio |
      | RF SPEAKER|brown – brn/wht | |at radio |
      | LR SPEAKER|orange – blk/pnk | |at radio |
      | RR SPEAKER|gray – gry/red | |at radio |

      Notes:
      NOTE: Some models have an immobilizer system that needs to be bypassed during remote start. *1 The Time Control Unit or the SECU (smart entrance control unit) is to the right of the steering column. *2 On vehicles without power doorlocks use red/white in the drivers kick panel. Vehicles with power doorlocks use red for the drivers door and red/white for the passenger doors, at the Time Control Unit or SECU. *3 On models without the SECU, have to diode isolate the trunk pin wire from the trunk light to avoid falsing problems. *4 Can also use pink/black in pin 12 at the SECU but it is high current negative, and must use a relay. *5 For tach go to any of the coils and use one of the following: black/red, purple, blue/red, or gray/red. Can also use blue/orange at the instrument cluster if vehicle is equipped with a tachometer.

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    • Eddie D
    • February 25, 2014
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    The Wires On My 2000 Integra GSR Engine Fan Switch, Broke. The Grn/yellow And Red/yellow Wire That Goes ??? Which is hot and which is the ground?

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      • Admin
      • February 25, 2014
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      There are two wires that were attached to different terminals on the fan motor, and they BOTH broke off? The color coding you gave indicated to me that if you re-hook the wires up correctly to the terminals the fan will run correctly to blow through the radiator. If not, then switch the hook-up.

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    • Muscle_man252
    • February 25, 2014
    Reply

    Cb Mike Wiring Color Codes.? I got a sears road talk 40 i was stupid and didn’t look at the colors before i pulled the wires out of the mike. All i need to know is what does the audio, ground, transmit, and receive colors are!

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      • Admin
      • February 25, 2014
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      Simply take the screws out of the back of the mic case and examine the wiring color code, jot it down if you have too.

      Pretty easy to trace through PTT switch and see which wires go to the mic capsule and which to the switching.

      Also, the mic will likely be connected with the only shielded wire, separately shielded from the rest in many cases, strip back the insulation a bit and look for that.

      Typical color code is WHT, SHLD, RED, GRN with WHT being the mic positive, SHLD being gnd and RED and GRN either being just the switch in a 4-wire. But not always. Opening the mic and checking is a good and surefire method

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    • Nltrumpet07
    • March 5, 2014
    Reply

    Ford Ranger Radio Wiring? The wiring color codes for a 98 ranger. I cut the stock harness and i need to know which wires go to what speakers, positive/negative, which are the 12v, ignition, and such for a radio, thanks

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      You could put the stock on back in and then buy a wiring harness kit….

      Radio 12v
      lt. green
      +
      radio

      Radio Ground black – radio
      Radio Ignition yellow/black + radio
      Radio Illumination lt. blue/red + radio
      Factory Amp Turn-on
      Power Antenna
      LF Speaker +/- blu/wht – orn/grn radio or speaker
      RF Speaker +/- grn/orn – wht/grn radio or speaker
      LR Speaker +/- gry/blu – tan/yel radio or speaker
      RR Speaker +/- orn/red – brn/pnk radio or speaker

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    • Miller Misdur
    • March 14, 2014
    Reply

    Is This A Good Longboard? So through my research I’ve come up with this:

    Bearings: http://www.bonesbearings.com/products/bearings/bones-super-reds/

    Wheels: http://www.sk8trip.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=S&Product_Code=GBSet&Category_Code=W_abec11

    Trucks: http://www.randal.com/trucks.html

    Deck: http://store.sector9.com/Product.aspx?ID=OGF103D&upc=00000000888961626800&cat1=DECKS&cat2=OG%20Series&color=GRN

    Is this a good set up for cruising and carving? Will that deck be able to take those wheels without wheel-bite? What size randals do I want?

    thanks!
    I’m also looking at the krackedskulls scimitar

    I’m just gonna be cruising carving and pumping btw

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      Ye dude that’s a good setup but if I were you I would consider looking at some of the lush decks out there there sick man

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    • Muscle_man252
    • March 30, 2014
    Reply

    Cb Mike Wiring Color Codes.? I got a sears road talk 40 i was stupid and didn’t look at the colors before i pulled the wires out of the mike. All i need to know is what does the audio, ground, transmit, and receive colors are!

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      Simply take the screws out of the back of the mic case and examine the wiring color code, jot it down if you have too.

      Pretty easy to trace through PTT switch and see which wires go to the mic capsule and which to the switching.

      Also, the mic will likely be connected with the only shielded wire, separately shielded from the rest in many cases, strip back the insulation a bit and look for that.

      Typical color code is WHT, SHLD, RED, GRN with WHT being the mic positive, SHLD being gnd and RED and GRN either being just the switch in a 4-wire. But not always. Opening the mic and checking is a good and surefire method

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    • Edward Madriz
    • April 11, 2014
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    I Need The 2004 Hyundai Sonata Stereo Wireing Color Code? I need to know what color go with what.

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      Get a harness it’ll b easyr
      If u cut wires already
      Memory/constant 12v =orange
      Ignition =yellow
      Speakers
      Left front +=white/brown
      lft frnt – =brown/white
      Right frnt + =yellow/brown
      R. F – =blk/yellow
      Left rear + =brown/red
      L rear – =blk/red
      Right. R + =brown/white
      R rear. – =blk/white

      Match tht to car stereos
      Yellow 12v memory/constant
      Ingintion 12v red
      Speakers
      Right front + gray , – gray/blk
      Left front +white , – white/blk
      Right rear + purple ,- purple/blk
      Left rear + green , – grn/blk

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    • Dongkoy
    • April 22, 2014
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    What Are The Wiring Color Code For Toyota Innova? I finnaly found a way to remove and replace my old innova car stereo now how do i wire my new sony stereo? i need color code. pls help coz i lost my car manual. pls help thank you….. or an electronic toyota innova manual will help.

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      Since the innova is not sold in america i cannot get you that info. but the innova is wirered the same as the sienna so here is the wirring info for it. you did not specify the year so i am giving you the 04 specs. hope this helps.

      ITEM | WIRE COLOR |POL| WIRE LOCATION |
      | 12V|wht/red & wht/blue |+ |ignition harness |
      | STARTER|red |+ |ignition harness |
      | IGNITION|black/yellow |+ |ignition harness |
      | SECOND IGNITION|black/red |+ |ignition harness |
      | ACCESSORY|blue |+ |not required for r-start |
      | POWER LOCK|blue/white |- |passenger kick panel *1 |
      | POWER UNLOCK|blue/yellow |- |passenger kick panel *1 |
      | LOCK MOTOR|blue/red | |integration relay *8 |
      | UNLOCK MOTOR|blue/black | |integration relay *8 |
      | DISARM DEFEAT|blue/red | |integration relay *8 |
      | PARKING LIGHTS +|green | |bottom of fuse box |
      | PARKING LIGHTS -|green/orange | |combination switch harness |
      | HEADLIGHTS|red/green |- |combination switch harness |
      | DOOR TRIGGER|red/white |- |top right side of fuse box |
      | DOME SUPERVISION|red/black |- |right side of fuse box |
      | TRUNK/HATCH PIN|green/black |- |top right side of fuse box |
      | HOOD PIN|black |- |at light or theft ECU *2 |
      |TRNK/HTCH RELEASE|green/yellow *9 |- |switch on dash below radio |
      | FCTRY ALARM ARM|arms with lock | | |
      |FCTRY ALRM DISARM|disarms with unlock | | |
      | TACHOMETER|*3 | |*3 |
      | SPEED SENSE|violet/yellow | |at ECM below glove box |
      | BRAKE WIRE|green/white |+ |brake switch or fuse box |
      | HORN TRIGGER|green/black |- |steering column |
      | WIPERS|blue/blk, blue/org |+ |wiper switch *4 |
      | LF WINDOW UP/DN|green – red |A |in drivers door at switch |
      | RF WINDOW UP/DN|grn/wht – red/blue|A |in drivers door at switch |
      | LR WINDOW UP/DN|red – yellow *5|A |must go to motor (rear vent)|
      | RR WINDOW UP/DN|red – yellow *5|A |must go to motor (rear vent)|
      | SUN RF OPN/CLOSE|red – green |A |at motor or sunroof relay *6|
      | SUN ROOF LIMIT|red/blue or grn/wht |- |at sunroof relay *6 |
      | RADIO 12V|blue/yellow |+ |stereo or amp *7 |
      | RADIO GROUND|brown |- |stereo or amp *7 |
      | RADIO SWITCH|gray |+ |stereo or amp *7 |
      | RADIO ILLUMINATE|white/green |- |dimmer switch |
      | LF SPEAKER|pink – violet |non|stereo or amp *7 |
      | RF SPEAKER|lt. green – blue |non|stereo or amp *7 |
      | LR SPEAKER|black – yellow |non|stereo or amp *7 |
      | RR SPEAKER|red – white |non|stereo or amp *7 |

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    • Kishore
    • May 17, 2014
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    Get Me Some Cheat Codes In Call Of Duty 5-world At War And Tell Me How To Enter It?

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      Colored Clan Tags

      When entering your clan tag, enter in the following code to achieve the desired colors. Capitalization does not matter.
      CodeEffect
      blueblue clan tag
      cyancyan (light blue) clan tag
      grngreen clan tag
      redred clan tag
      yelwyellow clan tag

      That’s all

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    • Shnazzyshanyn
    • May 20, 2014
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    I Need The Wire Color Codes For The Stereo In My ’01 Sport Trac? I got a new stereo and am trying to put it in, but do not know the color codes, any help?

    Thanks!!

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      Radio 12V lt green/purple
      Radio Ground black
      Radio Ignition yellow/black
      Radio Illumination red/black
      Left Front Speaker (+/-) org/lt grn-lt blu/wh

      Right Front Speaker (+/-) wht/lt grn – grn/org

      Left Rear Speaker (+/-) tan/yel – gry/lt blu

      Right Rear Speaker (+/-
      org/red – brn/pnk

      sorry somethings wrong with the answer box

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    • Muscle_man252
    • May 29, 2014
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    Cb Mike Wiring Color Codes.? I got a sears road talk 40 i was stupid and didn’t look at the colors before i pulled the wires out of the mike. All i need to know is what does the audio, ground, transmit, and receive colors are!

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      Simply take the screws out of the back of the mic case and examine the wiring color code, jot it down if you have too.

      Pretty easy to trace through PTT switch and see which wires go to the mic capsule and which to the switching.

      Also, the mic will likely be connected with the only shielded wire, separately shielded from the rest in many cases, strip back the insulation a bit and look for that.

      Typical color code is WHT, SHLD, RED, GRN with WHT being the mic positive, SHLD being gnd and RED and GRN either being just the switch in a 4-wire. But not always. Opening the mic and checking is a good and surefire method

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