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How do u find the ground whire or install a kenwood kac 7205 I found the hot lead but cant find the ground and whats a p supply

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Ground wire is black. if not able to find put one in yourself. red wire is power that comes on when you turn on the key, yellow is constant power for memory.

Posted on Feb 19, 2012

  • ijohnson22 Feb 19, 2012

    Ok found the constant power now cant find the power wire that comes out of the car that would go to the dec can I run one from the batt

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