Question about Panasonic Car Audio & Video
The blue wire on an after-market radio is the power antenna wire, or sometimes called the "remote" wire. It's used to send a 12V current to a power antenna, which tells it when to go up and come down. If you have a fixed (non telescoping) antenna, this wire is not needed. This blue wire is also used as the remote turn-on lead for amplifiers, equalizers, and other add-on stereo equipment.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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