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This looks like a job for Superman or maybe you! Connect an alligator clip test wire to the chassis of the unit for a good ground. Get a 12 volt battery and hook the other end of this ground wire to its negative pole (-). Hook a second wire to the positive pole of the battery. Put that modular plug back in the unit making sure that all the wires coming out of it are separated. Then, trying the THICKER RED wires first touch each to the positive (+) wire from the battery. When the panel light of the unit is on...you got it! The thinner wires are mostly for the speakers with black for negative an red for positive...the antenna is anybody's guess!
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 87 camaro, distributor wires?
you are right the green should be the hot wire or positive just check with a auto parts store to make sure but im almost certain you will be ok.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
SOURCE: My wife install the battery
probably did not mess up battery. but you could have killed some other things.---- computer, alternator, lights etc. be careful, your lucky the battery did not blow!
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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