How To Acura TSX Stereo Wiring Diagram

How To Acura TSX Stereo Wiring Diagram

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Whether you are trying to finish your TSX stereo install or upgrade your sound system, this Acura TSX stereo wiring diagram can help. Containing the complete car audio wiring schematic for your Acura, this guide can save you lots of time. When you use any of our comprehensive car wiring guides, you won’t have to search for speaker wires or hunt for wire colors.

This is because our Acura TSX stereo wiring DIY tutorial will show you the complete radio wiring harness and identify all of the wires. Save money and time by getting your Acura TSX stereo install completed yourself. Because there are two generations of the TSX or the Touring Sportscar eXperimental as it’s known, this wiring guide will help you with both.

The late model Acuras will require you to go with a custom radio install kit, regardless of what you are installing. This install kit will usually include a set of custom mounting brackets and a dash panel replacement. The dash panel replacement is usually customized to fit your single DIN Acura TSX radio or aftermarket stereo.

2006 Acura TSX stereo wiring diagram

Of course this will change slightly if your TSX is equipped with navigation already. When upgrading your Acura TSX navigation system, you can use a plug and play stereo wiring harness to get the job done. If you are reinstalling your factory Acura TSX stereo, you’ll need your radio code from Acura / Honda.

First Gen Acura TSX stereo wiring 2004–2008

The first generation of TSX is the easiest if you want to get your Acura TSX stereo install done. You won’t need a aftermarket stereo harness to make your radio or navigation unit install when you have our TSX stereo wiring schematic.

2005 Acura TSX stereo wiring diagram

Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: White/Blue
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Red
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Red/Black
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Red
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger: Yellow/Green

There is no trigger wire for your amplifier in this generation of TSX. You can use the switched ignition power from your steering column to trigger and activate your aftermarket amplifier.

Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Red/Blue
Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow
Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Blue
Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Red

2006 Acura TSX stereo wiring diagram 1The factory amplifier is located in the center console, and will require you to take apart your shifter and center console to access it.

Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Blue
Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Pink
Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green
Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Violet

Whether you are installing a navigation system, MP3 player or car amplifier, this TSX stereo wiring guide can help.

Second Gen Acura TSX stereo wiring 2009-2014

The next generation of TSX made quite a few changes which make your TSX stereo install difficult. If you have your mind set on upgrading your Acura TSX radio, you will need more than just a custom install kit. Many times you will need a complete front dashboard and radio trim replacement.

2010 Acura TSX stereo wiring diagram

Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: White
Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: N/A
Car Radio Ground Wire: Black
Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray
Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Red
Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: Black
Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: White
Car Stereo Amplifier Location: Behind the trim on passenger side of the trunk.

You can use this guide to finish your Acura TSX stereo install, and wire up anything from a crossover, aftermarket stereo to flip up single or double DIN radio. Have any questions about our TSX stereo wiring diagram? Leave us a comment below and let us know!

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  1. Hey John..I got the heads back on my k24 v-6 engine can u do a step by step like u do on how to do cam timing..ive done 4 cyl.honda s but I did them with a balloon. .line up timing marks and both valves be closed and the piston blows up the balloon @ top dead center but this k-24 has 2 cams and I was wondering if u could do a article step by step on valve timing this engine..remember its a 3.0 v-6 k24 engine..I had crank ..rods turned heads serviced the engine s still on my engine stand im putting new water pump n timing belt and tensioners..alls gone smooth ..will u help me John do a thougheral post on timing belt install and timing marks..I know the #1 pistons at tdc..key way on crank is at 12 o’clock..I know about cam marks..I want to get on rite stroke..can I do the balloon trick..and if so what about other cam what piston is at TDC. And is the valves closed . Would it be #4 or # 6 also can u post the cyl.order sort of like old firing order u know what I mean like a chevy 350 1-3-5-6-2-4-7– maybe not rite if I be in front the 350 I know the firing order..by counting cyls.hey John your post have help me so much..when I started on this k-24 I didn t know nothing about this engine..but Im getting there..just need cam timing help..John thank u a whole lot..when im done..I will send u Lunch on me or a 6 pack…Paul Jones..thanks John

    • Hi Paul, setting the timing is easy to do in your Honda. Do you have a 3.0 liter J series V6? or a 2.4 liter K24 DOHC 4 cylinder? let me know and I can help you out! You won’t need to adjust much however, timing is fairly straightforward to do! Thanks for commenting Paul

  2. There was a guy lookin at a k20 I went got a battery hooked up a hot wire to the sol.on the starter and took a flat head screw driver and fired up the motor for him it started rite up but the headlites started flashing and horn was beepin engine sounded really good he got that engine for 150$ also..mine had 78,0000 miles I said no im rebuild ing mine..so I know its good its a 225 hp v6..

    • Hey Paul, again slightly confused… the K series engines are DOHC 4 cylinders that are transverse mounted. are you looking at the J series V6 that’s in the accord / odyssey and others?

  3. Where can I find a 2nd Gen TSX Wiring diagram? You mention some wire colors but I can’t find a diagram anywhere. I am looking to tap into the sub woofer signal wire going to the amp. I was hoping I could get a better sound by doing so rather than using the LOC feature of the new replacement amp I’m using. I have a 2009 TSX Premium sound w/ELS

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