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What dose a black/ gray female bullet wire connect to on a 86 Mustang GT 5.0 HO cant find the male wire to plug it in to its bye the main cp passenger side floor ?

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SOURCE: black/blue ground wire

Both are BODY Grounds

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SOURCE: I need the wiring diagram

The wiring for PS2 connecters is standard.

Here is a link

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SOURCE: I have a cub cadet

Here are all of the Cub Cadet Wiring Diagrams from Cub Cadets website: http://www.cubfaq.com/wiringdiagrams.html

From your description, this almost matches the Original Cub Cadet wiring, but there are a few differences. Here is the wiring diagram: http://www.cubfaq.com/wiringdiagrams/original.jpg

The Cub Cadet 1200 and 1250 have the same wiring diagrams, but they are different from what you described. Here is the wiring diagram: http://www.cubfaq.com/wiringdiagrams/1200.jpg

I also found the Cub Cadet 125 to be somewhat similar to your description. Here it is: http://www.cubfaq.com/wiringdiagrams/125.jpg

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SOURCE: Page E-11 of manual, "Connecting

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Take [+ and --] of each channel as input for Left And Right. That is take two [+] wires of two RCA wires to Left and Right channel input. Short two [-- s] together with screen and it is the common ground. Connect the two [+] wires to two end mins of 5-pin Din, ie, left and right channels input. Connect the two [--v and screen together] to 5-pin Din's center pin. It is the ground pin. If you have any doubt about the ground pin of the amp. check it with a mutimeter. Grond pin will show continuity with the chasis. OK.





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