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Pioneer GM-5100T Car Audio Amplifier IS THE SYSTEM CONTROL WIRE THE SAME AS REMOTE WIRE

I HAVE EVERYTHING HOOKED UP AND THE PROBLEM IS THERE IS A REMOTE WIRE COMING FROM STEREO AND IT HAS NO SPOT ON THE AMP AND THE AMP HAS A SYSTEM CONTROL WIRE WITH NO WHERE TO GO. CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHAT THE HECK THAT IS

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System control is the same as the remote turn-on from the head unit.

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Wal Mart generally has 4g wiring kits for ~$40. Some of the kits contain everything you'll need to install your amp (including RCA cables, fuses and fuse holders).

If you want to understand more about car audio installation, read through the following site:

bcae1.com

Read the following pages specifically:
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Wire
Fuses
Amplifiers
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