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I have the pioneer avh-p4000dvd.but what are the main power wires

I blown the fuse when i connect red and yellow together

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  • smartandfunn Oct 15, 2008

    just the yellow and red wire

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What are you trying to do.????
you mean the RCA jack or jus the yellow and red wire???

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

  • Frank
    Frank Oct 15, 2008

    yellow is video and the red is audio left. you blown hte fuse becasue audio has more power than the video. in other words the set up you have will not work. what are you trying to do???

    if you trying to combine audio and video together. you need a converter box, which you can get from radio shack.

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