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well it depends on the car, if its a sunfire, theres a yellow wire that connects to the red wire that connects to the sterio, that yellow wire goes to fuse box maybe the power is constint the only way to fix that is to hock the red on sterio to an ignition source,
you will need a hi to low crossover box which converts your hight audio outbut into bass. This will splice into your factory speaker system which it has 2 rca outputs on it. These made by profile cost about 20 bucks. From here you will have to run a power wire from the batt. A ground wire in the trunk. and a remote wire from behind your radio which you will splice into your accessory wire..
My sony has a red for battery+(switched) so that it turns off when you turn your vehicle off >>>> black for -(ground) <<<<<<yellow for memory(constant+) i dont use any of the other wires but there should be a blue for to turn on the amps if you have any and a blue/white that should run your power antenna if you have that- some have an orange wire that is supposed to dim the display when you turn the lights on-mine does it automatically so mine doesnt have that wire>>>>>there should be 4 sets of matched wires like white /white black stripe thats the front left speakers black striped is always the speaker - negative ---------grey/grey black stripe is front right speakers and the green set and the purple set are the rear speakers------hope that helps i cant really help more without actually going out and pulling my sony out the dash -but good luck
hi there installing a capacitor is at your own risk as they charge up and hold a lot of power if hooked up wrong can give you the shock of your life and blow your sterio and computers to bits i learnt my lesson any way remember to take off positve before installing here is a diagram how to install it,,,, ok the positive goes to the battery and the amp on one side and the other to ground .....take a look at this easy to use diagram i found for you hope all goes well http://www.caraudiohelp.com/images/car_audio_capacitor_installation.gif