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Default 2000 Elantra Stereo Wiring Diagram

2000 Hyundai Elantra GLS
Factory installed sound system
Non-Powered Antenna
It's important to note that the pin locations are numbered as a female connector when looking at the back of the in-car harness connector, and not at the front as suggested by the Electronic Troubleshooting Manual.
These were the wires for MY CAR. Take care not to damage your car.
I am posting this because I have seen 5 different wiring diagrams, and none of them fit my car correctly.

From the BACK
X - 5 - 4 - X - X - 3 - 2 - 1
14-13-12-11-10-09-08-07


The X refers to unused (no wire present slots)

Pin 01 : Green / Black
Use : ? (Unsure)
Pin 07 : Green / White
Use : ? (Unsure)

Pin 02 : Brown
Use : Rear Left Negative
Pin 08 : White / 'Grey'
Use : Rear Left Positive

Pin 03 : Green
Use : Front Left Negative
Pin 09 : Orange / 'Grey'
Use : Front Left Positive

Pin 04 : Black / 'Blue'
Use : Front Right Negative
Pin 12 : Yellow / 'Black'
Use : Front Right Positive

Pin 05 : White
Use : Rear Right Negative
Pin 13 : Brown / 'Black'
Use : Rear Right Positive

Pin 10 : Orange / 'Grey'
Use : KEY ON Battery Power
Pin 11 : Red / White
Use : Constant Battery Power (memory power)
Pin 14 : Black
Use : Ground

Note: There is also an external 'noise filter' ground that plugs into the back of the radio. My new radio does not have a receptacle for it so it is left dis-connected.

I used a connector that plugged into the in-car harness so that I would not have to cut the in-car harness.
Brand: Metra
Part Number: 70-7300
Description: Wiring Harness for 1990 - 2001 Hyundai Vehicles
Cost : Lowest was 11.90USD online (without shipping added in) however, I bought mine in a store for 21.99USD

Note: If you have not removed the console surround before, take care not to break anything.

On MY CAR the climate controls are screwed into the center console, meaning that if you pry out the center console enough without first removing the cable from the blower motor, something will break.

I have not removed the cable and cannot say how to do it, because whoever had my car before already broke the mounting points for the climate controls, and thus I was able to remove the center console without removing the cable.
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