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Where does the rear wire coming out of head unit connect to?

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SOURCE: Pioneer DEH-P2600

blue and white wire on a pioneer is usually the power antenna wire, most people use it as the lead for power to turn on the amp that is installed, the amp should be hooked up to the RCA jacks on the back of the player to the input RCA jacks on the amp. then the outputs vary, some amps are bridgable which means that you can hook up one speaker to both output speakers this will almost double the watts to the speakers. you must know which side would be positive and which side negative to set it up like this. also important is it a two or four channel amp. this all matters. if you can provide more info I can assure you the best hookup possible for premium sound.

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SOURCE: Kenwood CD changer wiring diagram

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Posted on Jan 18, 2008

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SOURCE: head unit is on but no sound coming out

I Had That Happen To Me Its A Ground Problem. Check The Negtive Speaker Terminal And The Ground Wire Runing To The HeadUnit This Should Fix It.

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SOURCE: wiring on back of head unit

You don't need to change the cables from the head unit on.  Just strip of the end of the wires where the old speakers are and crimp on the proper connectors to connect them.  Alternatively you can just solder the wires directly to the speakers.  I always **** splice at least 6" of wires onto the end so you have more wire to work.  The only reason you would change the wires would be because you are putting more than 200 watts per channel.  You didn't speak of an amp so no worries.
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SOURCE: how do i wire 6x9 from the back shelf to the head

if you are going to place the speackers into the rear shelf than you can run your wires along the underside of the shelf,then towards the back of the rear seat, then run it down the length of the seat, when you reach the bottom you will need to try to pry the backrest portion seat foward just enought to get the wire thru to the front, then you will need to get either a phillip or slotted screwdriver, open the back door and at the bottom unscrew the trim from the bottom of the door way,run wire thru do the same with the front door, then run wire behind the trim around or near where the emergency release handle is at, run wire behind instrument panel towared your deck. when you go to wiring up the deck and speakers check on the deck to see if it has a wiring diagram on it if not: most decks come as follows ( white wires front right ,blue or purple rearl left, brown front left, grey rear right red is + black is - yellow is constant +( always on so your deck is able to stay programedwith your presets and audio settings and clock)one single blue or purple wire is the remote for your ampif the colors dont match the ones on your deck then hook up your deck to the power only when the deck comes on go ahead and set your speackers to only the rear right speacker and take your wires from your speacker and touch them to the wires on the back of the deck, once you hear the audio coming thru go ahead and mark this as right rear or rr then using the same speaker change the settings to rear left speacker and do the same as with the other one mark it rl and do same for front speackers

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