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Ignition wire not working?

Im a bit new to all this car stuff so bear with me!! lol

i went to Halfords to get my stereo installed (bought the car without one)

the man said the ignition wire wasnt working but the radio one was? he checked my fuses n they were all ok too,

anyone have idea how much and how long it takes to get replaced?

ant comments are welcome!!!


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Put the yellow cable in a b+ directrly fuse, and the red in acc a fuse

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