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Electrical problem when i install the fuse for my dome lights my amp will stay on when the vehicle is off my windshield wipers will work and my stereo keeps time and is capable of programming when i pull the fuse my amp goes off windshield wipers work normally and stereo needs reprogramming everytime i turn the vehilce off dont know wut to do also when hooking up my stereo the only way to get power to it is if i connect the red and yellow wires together and for the cord to the amp it also needs to be connected to the red and yellow wires they should each be a wire to there own but the only way to make it work is to connect them all together wut should i do

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The yellow wire is fine to go there but the red and the amp need to go to acc power if you have a test light u can find the wires needed if not you can put the red to the back of the lighter

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