Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
No i do not have a wiring diagram for this exact Speaker but this speaker is self powered yes?
This blue and white lead is your remote turn on lead, this allows the amplifier to switch on and off with the vehicle, instead of just being on all the time and drain your battery.
This wire should be spliced in to an accesory that turns on and off with the flip of the ignition switch. If you could It would be best to splice it to the radio turn on lead. On your radio, there is a lead that should be labeled remote if it is aftermarket. If it is stock then you have to use a volt meter and back probe a lead until you find one that switches on with the igrnition switch, you should get one with battery voltag(12v or more) and one a ground (.11) and one with battery voltage when on and no voltage when off(this is the one you want to splice in too.
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