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The remote lead on the back of the radio should be a blue wire with a white stripe. If this wire is not present, then you can use an accessory lead in the car or the accessory lead (red) at the radio harness. Hope this is helpful.
all the kenwood units have a remote wire and its either blue or blue with a white trace, if you want to test it use a multimeter and not a test lamp as the current output is miliamps and you may damage the unit
This is a common mistake. This problem indicates that you are using the solid blue wire from the head unit to the remote turn-on on the amp. This is a power antenna wire that only receives power when on FM radio. You need to replace this with the Blue & White wire from the head unit (power control wire) to your remote turn-on on your amp. This should solve your issue.