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I’m attaching a wiring diagram which hopefully isreadable. I’ll also list the “where to”instructions for all of the other wires. It’simportant that several wiring steps be done in a particular order.

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The memory wire is Yellow and should be connected to the +12 V power terminal (which isenergized at all times). First besure to connect the black ground (earth) lead to a metal surface of the car.

Important…
>>Before making connections, turn the stereo unit and carignition off to avoid short circuits.
>>Connect the yellow and red power input leads onlyafter all other leads have been connected.
>>The power antenna (aerial) control lead (blue)supplies +12 V DC when you turn on the tuner.


Hope this helps. Lemme know if you have more questions or would like me to email you acopy of the owner’s manual.

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Connecting the Sony CXS-GT08HP Car Stereo Unit

1. To a metal surface of the car
>First connect the black ground (earth) lead, thenconnect the yellow and red power supply leads.

2. To the power antenna (aerial) control lead orpower supply lead of antenna (aerial) booster amplifier
>Notes
>>It is not necessary to connect this lead if there isno power antenna (aerial) or antenna (aerial) booster, or with a manually-operatedtelescopic antenna (aerial).
>>When your car has a built-in FM/AM antenna (aerial)in the rear/side glass, see “Notes on the control and power supply leads.”

3. To AMP REMOTE IN of an optional power amplifier
>This connection is only for amplifiers. Connecting anyother system may damage the unit.

4. To the +12 V power terminal which isenergized in the accessory position of the ignition switch
>Notes
>>If there is no accessory position, connect to the+12 V power (battery) terminal which is energized at all times.
>>Be sure to connect the black ground (earth) lead toa metal surface of the car first.
>>When your car has a built-in FM/AM antenna (aerial)in the rear/side glass, see “Notes on the control and power supply leads.”

5. To the +12 V power terminal which isenergized at all times
>Be sure to connect the black ground (earth) lead to ametal surface of the car first.

Important…
>>Before making connections, turn the car ignition offto avoid short circuits.
>>Connect the yellow and red power input leads onlyafter all other leads have been connected.
>>The power antenna (aerial) control lead (blue)supplies +12 V DC when you turn on the tuner.
>>When your car has built-in FM/AM antenna (aerial) inthe rear/side glass, connect the power antenna (aerial) control lead (blue) or theaccessory power supply lead (red) to the power terminal of the existing antenna(aerial) booster. For details, consult your dealer.
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Hi There Laura,
For you to get radio reception then you will need an aerial...
The FM stations are very weak and thus need a good long aerial to collect these weak signals.
Some receivers need the aerial to be a "loop" so and on the rear of the receiver there will be a special two port aerial connector for the FM..
You dont say where you are but if you are in the "outback' then a good long aerial will be needed...

The same can be said for the AM radio signals these are much lower in frequency but still need an aerial.
There is a difference with the AM signals as they also need a good earth as follows.
On the back of the receiver there will be an aerial connector marked AM and it will show an earth connector and and aerial connector.

There needs to be a good earth connected to the earth connection and another long wire connected to the aerial connector.
The earth should be a metal spike about 500mm long driven into the soil outside in the garden
and connected to a wire which comes inside thru the window to the earth connector on the rear of the receiver.
The aerial wire must not be connected to earth at all, but insulated.....
this wire connects to the AM connector out thru the window and up to the nearest high point. Like a tree or a pole...NOT A POWER POLE as that dangerous.

When you connect to the tree use a piece of plastic rope or something to insulate the wire from what ever it touches, as the radio signals are not allowed to come in contact withthe earth until they get inside the receiver...
You can use a wire with a plastic cover on it if you like..
You may wish to ask your neighbour if you can look at his aerial connections and learn how its done...

He wont mind.... unless you are "outback" and the nearest neighbour is 100miles away..
That makes it more difficult.

If you get stuck ask here again and I'll pass on more detail for you..

Cheers for now
From YUBEUT..

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