Re: Have no wires for a Fusion EN-AT110 Basstube!!!
The best place is to go to any store like halfords or maplin, or a lot cheaper if you wanna wait is ebay, many fusion amps/ active subs need special wiring !!!£80 from them direct only way, or you can go to maplin and get this product: A21GF (power supply extender 24pin) then cut off the three columns you need and the top and bottom of each are the respective 12v positive input remote and earth, cut the wires off half way and twist the top and bottom together, then add the twisted wires to your normal sub cables. make sure you use insulation tape around the naked wires for quality and stop it short curciting
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Ok, you should have a wiring harness that plugs into the radio. That comes with the radio. You will need a wiring harness that is specific to your vehicle, this will plug into the vehicle harness. The wiring harness will have the correct colors to attach your radio to it. All aftermarket radios have standardized wiring. I recommend not attempting to hardwire your radio due to the risk of frying your entire electrical system. I hope this helps.
if you go on google enter clarion ab213r wiring diagram
and it should tell you what every wire is.
also enter your vehicles info and look up the wiring diagram for that also
it should be easy from there
The subs can be wired "parralel" or in a "series". it depends on the ohm rating of the speakers and the amp. Most amps can only go down to 2ohms (mono) so it depending on the ohm ratings of the speakers when wired in a series vs parralel that will decide how to wire them. you can always take the safe route and just wire the positives of each to positive on the amp and the negatives to the negatives on the speaker terminals. Do you have the speakers model numbers?
hi there, do you have an amplifier to hook it upto mate? if you do its best to go into your local halfords etc and ask for a wiring kit for you car audio, or search on ebay, theyre normally around 20pounds. then it will come with instructions on where certain wires go etc, the 8 outputs are probably so you can connect two subs together. they should have a pos and neg on them somewhere. if you dont have an amp you probably need to buy one. if you have any further queries just ask mate
hi there mate, is the sub earthed? sometimes this might be the problem, also check that all the cables are correct in the amp, there should also be a switch on the amp to lower or increase the output, this maybe turned all the way off, the remote lead generaly is usualy the thin blue wire behind the head unit the best way to connect this to your amp remote wire is to simply go to your local halfords etc and get a little wire joining clip. then you can conect them. any other problems please ask
Fat Red wire from batter + to Fuse. Fat Red wire From Fuse to Amp +.
Amp- Fat Black wire to body Ground.
RCA cable run from Head unit RCA jacks down opposite side opf car from power wires. To Amp RCA inputs.
Wire Speaker REd terminal to Plus on Amp. Balck Terminal to Minus on amp.
Blue Wire is REmote, and wires to Blue on head Unit. Remote on Amp.