Question about Radio Communications
I have just purchased this radio and it has two red wires for power. One red wire has a black marking but both wires have fuse holders on them. I am assuming the red with the black marking is negative and the straight red wire is Positive when connecting in a car. What is throwing me is that they both have inline fuse holders on them. Also the main unit has a metal mounting frame which may be the earth. Can you please tell me if I have the wiring correct with what I have said above. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Hi there soleman , it was common for Philips to fit fuse holders to both positive and negative wires on their radios , the red with black trace is neg the plain red is positive . Cheers T
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
The red wire is POSITIVE
The other wire with the black marking is the Negative.
Make sure you have the correct antenna when Transitting
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