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Autotek Bass Thrust 44 Wiring

I can't remember what the wires go to on the Autotek Bass Thrust 44. There is a plug that has a remote wire and speaker outputs but I don't know what they are. Help?!?!?

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    what colors are the wires?



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Thin blue wire is the remote wire and goes to the deck remote line
large diam wire goes to battery
large diam "black" goes to ground
rca ... wires with the metal ends plug into the white and red holes
you have two sets of speaker wire comming off the amp also
hope this helps

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