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The harness of my jensen dvd/mp3/wma receiver the yellow wire and the ground wire came off i know how to put them back but i dont know where it goes (the yellow goes by the red or under

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  • radames0309 Jun 14, 2009

    if it goes by the red that leaves 2 emty spaces witch one is the ground and whats the other one for?

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By the red, i doubt it goes under

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