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Pluging the rca's in

Dont have the installation instructions any longer cant remember which plugs on the head unit is for the rca's can any one help with this problem

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Clarion's website (www.clarion.com) will have downloadable instruction manuals available for their head-units. In the meantime, I can offer this information: Front RCA's are Black, Rear RCA's are Gray, and Subwoofer RCA's are Purple. Hope this information was helpful.

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