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How do I set my deck to make my sub work. Ive hooked all my stuff up but no sound from sub but I do have power in amp.

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    i dont know where to put my remote wire in my pioneer DEH-1900MP head unit


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Make Sure the remote wire is connected from the radio to the amp, its normally a blue wire. Here is a picture of what the setup should look like.

Posted on Jul 27, 2007

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