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the USB port on the clarion should allow you to hook up varios devices and read the data on them.
Unfortunatly the Apple Ipod has proprietary software and this may not allow it to work with the Clarion. To test this try another MP3 player or memory stick with some song files on it preferably one that shows up as a generic USB storage device to Windows and see if it works. If it does and the Apple doesn't then the apple is probably not compatable this way. Fortunatly the clarion does have aux-in which should work with any MP3 player.
Sounds like you have the amplifier for the subwoofer only coming on with the radio. On the back of the Clarion radio, you should have another blue wire, but with a white stripe. This is the correct wire to use for turning on the amplifier. Connect this to the "remote" or "turn on" connector of the amp.
purple right rear + speaker
purple/black right rear -
green left rear +
green/black left rear -
white fr left +
white/black fr left -
grey fr right +
grey/black fr right -
blue auto antenna
blue/white rem amp
brown phone mute
simple thats because you must have forgot to plug the small adapter in the back of the deck that has a yellow and black wire coming from it. if you have then one of those two wires are not hooked up to the right place. and if that fails then either u have a bad connection somewhere in ur car wire or in the inside of ur deck. i had the same problem when i hooked up mine i just forgot to hook up that adapter because its really small