Question about Car Audio & Video
Your stereo plug should include (yellow) constant power with a cylinder fuse, (red) REM or "remote" power getting power when the ignition is switched on, (black/grey) ground, usually any other with some color and a matching wire with a line on it is positive and negative speaker wire.
Posted on Jul 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you said inline fuse I get the idea that this is not the original radio. Do you have power on the inline fuse? The 50 amp fuse you checked is a bit much for a radio. There may be a smaller fuse in another fuse area of what car type you have. If you do not have power at the inline fuse find some where you do have power (12vdc) and connect to it. If you have power at the in line fuse check the ground wire. If you have a test light or someway of checking for power test all fuses everywhere. If you have a fuse location guide for this vehicle look for the fuse for radio. If it was a add on or after market radio they probably caught power from the original source That is fused under the dash.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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