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Each speaker has two 4 Ohm drivers. Each speaker has a connector with 4 pins. From left to right they are + - - +. Say 1 2 3 4 . If you want a 8 Ohm speaker connect 2 and 4 together. Now 1 goes to your amplifier (+) and 3 to your amplifier (-). In yor case join black with blue. Now red goes to the amplifier red and green to the amplifier black.

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I have a kenwood stereo for 2000 saab 9-5. the tuner works but whenever i change it to cd you can no longer hear any music. it must be the wiring but i dont know which color wire is connected for the cd...


It sounds you are using an amplifier and using the blue wire (power antenna remote turn on) instead of the blue/white wire (amplifier remote turn on). Try hooking up the blue/white wire to turn your amp on. When leaving tuner mode, the blue wire shuts off, turning off the amplifier.

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Does the blue wire need to be connected to 12 V + . if I have no accesories, can I just leave this wire disconnected? thanks!


The subject shows this referring to a Pyle car amplifier. Is that the case? Either way this will hopefully answer your question.

If you're talking about the blue wire from an after market car stereo and:
  • There's no accessories (as you've already stated)
  • You don't have a power antenna
  • and you're not running an amplifier
You can leave the blue wire disconnected.

If you have a power antenna it'll need to be connected to the corresponding wire in the dash (I would need to know year make an model of the care to help you identify that wire). If you have an amplifier the blue wire would be run directly to that.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,
Ray

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How do u connect the amp


Run a power wire from the positive battery terminal to the red power wire on your amp. Without extending the length of the ground wire if possible connect it to a clean ground connection as close to the amplifier as possible. Wire your speakers to the proper terminals, make sure you do not exceed the capabilities of the amplifier i.e. impedance matching. Connect the blue wire to the power ant or remote connection on the back of the radio usually a thin blue with white stripe or plain blue. screw amp to the car..enjoy

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I need to know which wire to connect the remote wire from my amplifier to on the wire harness. I hooked it up to the yellow which said switched 12V+ but its the constant.


On Aftermarket Radio :

Yellow = Constant 12Volt
Red = Accessory 12 Bolt ( Key ON or on Accessory )
Black = Ground
Blue = Remote Wire for Amplifier
Orange = Dimmer Light

So you need to Route the Blue Wire to your Amplifier, if you connect the remote wire from the amplifier to your yellow one.. it should work but your sound system will Stay On all the time and eat up the juice of your battery.. !

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I have a 1995 Grand Jeep Cherokee Larado I'm putting in an after market stereo. It has an infinity gold system and amplifier. I can't get any sound out of it and can't figure out which wire to connect the...


a good way to find out is, if your lucky- you still have the plug connected to the wires in your dash. Buy a wiring harness from a place like Best Buy. The harness, when plugged in to your factory harness will have its blue wire in line with the factory amp wire. There also may be a Blue wire with white stripe, this also needs to be connected to the blue wire if the above doesn't work. If you dont have a factory plug anymore- bigger problem. brian.small@bobstgroup.com

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Problem no sound


If your KENWOOD unit is experiencing audio problems (NO Audio), but do have audio when TUNER is selected as the source, you may have problems with your installation.

NOTE: If using an external amplifier or the unit was installed using a separately purchased wiring harness for your specific vehicle, please check the following

If Using an External Amplifier

The P.CONT or REMOTE terminal on the external amplifier requires a “turn on” signal from the stereo. This terminal should be connected to the BLUE/WHITE P.CONT wire on the Kenwood harness and not the solid BLUE ANT.CONT wire.

If Using a Vehicle Specific Harness
The vehicle has a factory installed amplifier and requires a “turn on” signal from the stereo. Make sure that the BLUE/WHITE P.CONT wire is connected to the vehicle specific harness and NOT the sold BLUE ANT.CONT wire.

The solid BLUE ANT. CONT wire is used to trigger a power antenna ONLY when the tuner is selected as the source. Using this wire to “turn on” an external amplifier or factory installed amplifier will only allow it to work when TUNER is selected. Please refer to your instruction manual for proper installation. If you are not completely comfortable with installing the unit yourself, we recommend that you seek assistance from a professional installer.

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No sound from the amp


Make sure that your amp turn on wire is connected from behind the radio to your amplifier. Usually the turn on wire is a blue wire but it can be any. This blue wire connects from the blue/white wire behind the radio to your small connection turn on connector on the amps power connections. You have 3 ( 12V , Ground, Switch or the smallest connector)

 

Also check the amplifiers fuses, and the main powerline fuse as well. If this doesnt work then write back to me.

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