Question about Pioneer Cd Rb20 Auxiliary Input Adaptor
Yes there should be a wire indicating this connection as example when adding amp/seperate wire connection to turn on when radio is turned on/off
Posted on Jun 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
blue/white is an amp turn on wire it is only needed if you have an aftermarket or factory amplifier in the car. It can also be used if you have a power antenna and there is not a power antenna wire in your harness. Yellow/white I don't recall ever seeing in a wire harness are you sure it is not orange/white? If it is orange white then it is a dimmer and you could hook it up to orange white on your harness or just cap it off and leave it alone. The yellow wire is your 12Volt constant power wire. This needs to go to a constant source of power and the red wire needs to go to a switched source of power. If you do the power wires wrong you will drain you battery fast.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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