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Your power wire is Red and your accessory power wire will be red with a yellow line on it ?our red goes to your batery and the red and yellow goes to ingnition so that the radio only goes on when you turn the key
The power switch connects to the PWR PT pins. The speaker hooks to the SPEAK pins (only the outer pins actually used). The HDD LED connector hooks to the HLED pins. There is usually one red and one white wire. The RED wire goes to the "+" pin. The power LED wires hook to the PLED Pins. There is usually a green and a white wire. The GREEN sire goes to the "+" pin. The GLED pins are for the SLEEP switch if you case has one. The RST pins are for the RESET switch wires (if your case has one). Hope that helps
You hook it up to the two (usually yellow zip tied wires) in the back of your head unit. the actual power (red cable) goes to your battery and the ground goes to the ground on your battery. Hope that helps
Is it a Harley part? If so, the red wire or wire with red connector on it goes to the positive terminal of the battery. The other wire goes to the negative battery terminal. If it is an aftermarket part, or just has 2 wires, the wire that is attatched to the body (the outside) goes to ground or the negative battery terminal. The other wire goes to power or positive battery terminal.
your stero power is hooked up wrong. There are probably two wires that require positive power hook up . one goes to power that is always on and one goes to power that turns on when the key is on. You have it wired wrong I would say. Same thing happened to me. I'm no expert but this is my best guess. Maybe the lights are hooked up wronf if that is what you were working on. Problem is probably similar though.
Hi, You have a problem.... two red wires.... The white goes on the "W" terminal The green goes on the "G" terminal Now... the red wires... One goes to the outdoor A/C unit and the other is the power coming from the transformer on the air handler or furnace... So, you need to figure out which wire has the 24v coming through it and hook that to the "R" terminal... Then hook the other wire... the one that goes to the Y in the furnace to the "Y" terminal on the t-stat...this will continue on to the outdoor unit.... Becareful... if you hook the red wires up backwards you could blow the transformer or at least the fuse on the board if it has one...
Red goes to your battery, black gets grounded to the vehicle frame, and the blue wire is the remote turn on wire from the radio. There should be 3 power terminals together. The red wire goes to power or (+), the black wire goes to GRD or (-), and the blue wire goes to remote (usually between both the power and ground terminals). hope this helps
Your basic crossover is going to have a power (+) and ground (-). Your power wire goes to the battery, and your ground goes to the frame. You will need to hook up your RCA or speaker wires to the input side. Then hook the other two RCA connections to your amp.
If the wires are coming out of the switch portion & not the outlet, 1 goes to power the other goes to that color wire that goes to your light. All you are doing with a switch is cutting one side of your power, putting switch in completes the circuit when it is turned on. Or breaks the circuit when it is turned off. The other wires, power in & back to light get wire nutted together.
maybe there are for the Switch? to the solenoid, that engages the contacts to switch through to the starter. Usually it goes from the battery, to a solenoid, that breaks the Power to - from the battery to the actual "Starter motor". try to "Trace" them out and see where they go. just a thought?