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Ive anjbl/ford amp #f5lf-18c807-aa, came from awreced licoln, and i need to know which is input and output and hot/neg wires can you help?

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  • johnnydeaf Sep 09, 2009

    the speaker input and the speaker output on a jbl car amp #f5lf-18c807-aa do you have a wiring diagram

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    dsuggest you buy a Licon wiring diagram booklet from ford.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    sounds like greek, please clarify the question

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all that you need to do is hook the rca to the in of the read input of the amp and hook the woofer up you may bridge the woofer but look at RMS of the amp on one changel and times it by two and make should that the RMS of the bridge dose NOT rich the MAX of the sub if it does then you will blow the sub it is your chors on wha you want to do. Now turn the filter to then the LPF and turn the gain up first and then the the freuency but DO NOT turn it all the way  ONLY go about half way up and at last you can turn the bass boost up but it will make it sound bad if you turn it all the way up.

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SOURCE: My JL subs just dont beat like the ONES IVE HAD before as well as the ones my friends have had

sounds like they have your sub amp in mono but they put the speakers in series which totally cancels the benefit of running your amp in mono. you will probably be happier if you just hook the left speaker to left plus and minus and the right to right plus and minus. Cuz even though subs aren't directional they do pass some higher frequencies that are and that dilutes the stereo effect.

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SOURCE: Hifonics gemini series vii car amp

There's a diagram at the bottom of the following page:

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Disconnect the remote wire and make a jumper at the amp from the 12v + to the remote input and see if you get the same results. If yes, then you probably have a bad ground point. It might not be able to handle the transfer load it's receiveing. If no, then you have an issue with your remote wire or power wire. Check for any kinks or pinches in the wire.

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SOURCE: do not have a sub output on receiver /do not know

Hello southernbike,

With a 5-channel amp (stereo L/R front, stereo L/R rear, and subwoofer) you only need the two pair of stereo inputs.

You do not say which brand and model of amp you have, but most have an output configuration similar to the Alpine shown in this link. Connect the front and rear RCA's from your receiver, your vehicle speakers to the respective output terminals, and your subwoofer to the 5th channel terminals.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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F5lf-18c807-aa


you have to run power wire and ground wires to setup the amp.
you have to purchase a hi/lo adapter if you have a stock stereo.
like this:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/HI-LEVEL-INPUT-ADAPTER-HI-LOW-ADAPTER-AMP-INSTALLATION-/200738024366?pt=Car_Audio_Video&hash=item2ebceb2bae&vxp=mtr

or have a professional do it for you, or a friend that can do it for you. if you have no knowledge in setting up an amplifier you risk burning down your car, hurt yourself or someone else.

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Are you able to tell me the year and modle the amp came out of. Cannot seem to find this part number with Ford so this would help........

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Wiring diagrams for clarion dxz535 car stereo


Here's how it goes:
Speaker wires:
grey=right front pos.
grey/black=right front neg.
white=left front pos.
white/black=left front neg.
violet=right rear pos.
violet/black=right rear neg.
green=left rear pos.
green/black=left rear neg.
red=12 volt switched power source
yellow=12 volt constant power source (direct to battery)
black=chassis ground
orange/white=illumination (switched source,not to head light switch)
blue/white=amp turn on lead (to remote turn on lead of amp)
blue=auto antenna (switched power source)
brown=phone mute lead (to cell phone mute lead)
RCA connector leads:
grey lead:
red=right front
white=left front
black lead:
red=right rear/right rear subwoofer
white=left rear/left rear subwoofer
(connect to external amp)
red lead:
red=right aux input
white=left aux input
(connect to external unit)
green lead:
red=right dual zone output
white=left dual zone output
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That should be all there is. on the yellow that goes direct to the battery you need to use an inline fuse holder with 30 amp fuse.

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8 wires on my subwoofer??


"One has positive and negative input, another positive and negative output (red and black on each)"

Just from your description, it sounds like pos/neg input are the 12 volt pos neg supply for the amp inside the subwoofer. Red is pos, black is neg.

"positive and negative output (red and black on each)"

This sounds like it's used if you want to proved 12 volt pos/neg to another component.

"and a third wire with left input right input positive and negative (blue, red, yellow and black)"

This is for the cables coming from the "subwoofer out" on the amp. This is 4 wires altogether -- correct?

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Oem Radio installation


*** 91 park ave with delco bose =

black = ground
dark green = lights on input
grey = panel lights
pink = on input
yellow = power input
orange = battery power input

nca = shield ground
tan = left fr spkr +
orange/black = left & right spkr -neg
lite green = right fr spkr +

nca = shield ground
dark blue = right rear spkr +
dark green/yellow = right & left spkr - neg
brown = left rear spkr +

purple/white = display dim output
pink = vehicle speed input
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**** 91 park ave without delco bose =

purple/white = display dim output
pink = vehicle speed input

grey = left front - neg
tan = left front + pos
dark green = right front - neg
light green = right front + pos

black = ground
dark green = display dim signal
grey = panel lights
pink = power antanna
yellow = ign input
orange = battery power
light blue = right rear - neg
dark blue = right rear + pos
yellow = left rear - neg
brown = left rear + pos .

there YA go

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I'll try to help you step by step from your question. My answers will be in all caps. Here we go.

I really hope u can help me,i have 2 basic speakers with connections in the back for the amp leads to go into,but i am really struggling with what wires i put into the amp and in which connections and then really, really struggling with which connections i need to come out of the amp to go to my speakers.
I have a Carlsbro 150w power module

(THIS SOUNDS LIKE A PA AMP AND NOT A CONSUMER STYLE AMP, IS THAT TRUE?)

and it has an Output hole of which im guessing is where the speaker connection goes

(IF IT IS LABELED OUTPUT THEN IT IS INDEED A SPEAKER OUTPUT CONNECTION)

,but on the front of the amp i have 6 channels,each with a hole which is black that says HIGH Z,and also a red hole that says BALANCED LOW Z,

( THESES ARE MICROPHONE AND OR GUITAR INPUT JACKS AND MOST OFTEN YOU WOULD USE THE HIGH Z (meaning impedence) INPUT FOR A MICROPHONE

and next to it i have two buttons with REV and FX

THESE ARE FOR REVERB AND EFFECTS CONTROLS OR INPUTS. YOU DON'T NEED THESE FOR JUST A VERY BASIC SETUP.

.At the other end of the amp ,ive got another red hole that says REMOTE SWITCH

DISREGARD REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH JACK

and 2 black holes that say EFFECTS ,SEND and RETURN.Do i need these?

DISREGARD THESE TOO

I just dont know where to put my output line from my mixer to the amp.

IT WILL GO INTO THE BALANCED LOW Z INPUT, BUT IT MAY ACTUALLY BE TOO HOT A SIGNAL(signal strength too high), LOOK FOR SOMETHING LIKE A TAPE INPUT OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT ON YOUR FRONT PANEL. IF YOU DON'T HAVE ANYTHING LIKE THAT THEN YOU MAY NEED TO USE AN ADAPTER DEVICE THAT WILL KNOCK DOWN YOUR SIGNAL STRENGTH TO THE RIGHT LEVEL FOR A MICROPHONE INPUT AND THEN PLUG IT INTO THE BALANCED LOW Z INPUT.

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HOPE THIS HELPS. GOOD LUCK

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zeus_s007- This is a pretty technical,request so i hope you understand my instructions. I hope the harness plug is present,this makes it easier.First of all i'll give you the wire colors,there are a couple the same color and we will start there.
tan-left front speaker-positive
gray-left front speaker-negative
light green-right front speaker-pos.
dark green-right front sreaker-neg.
brown-left rear speaker-pos.
yellow-left rear speaker-neg.
dark blue-right rear speaker-pos.
light blue-right rear speaker-neg.
orange-12volt constant-memory
black-ground
yellow- 12volt key switched-may be bigger than yellow speaker wire-we can check the wires,will explain later.
gray - dash dimmer
brown-dash dimmer
You don't need the last 2 mentioned,any others left over not needed.
The safest way to check the 2 brown,grey,and yellow is to use a AA battery, as a speaker tester.You take the colored wires for the speakers and touch the AA battery to them. For example you know the 2blue ones are right rear wires-so take the AA battery and touch one blue to the one end of the AA battery and the other end to the other blue wire, you will hear static on that speaker.This will let you know the 2 proper wires for the speaker,no static -wrong wire.you only have to do this for the grey,brown,and yellow wires.Well I hope I don't confuse you,if your not sure,let me know.Good luck, happy wiring.
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holy confusing....might want to restate that question...ther is no power per se on the output/input....I suppose signal is DC voltage but I don't think thats what you meant. Remote wire has minimal power it is designed to turn the amp on and off with the ignition...check the main power cables red and black usually. Be careful..it can scare ya good....lol Good luck...

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amp naturally get hot but not hot enough to burn your finger.if all the speakers working,no distorted sound(sound clear),the problem might be the ventilation(free air flow) of amp.check the blower fan if working or check the exhaust holes maybe it is blocked. here are the other reasons; 1.)speaker wires touched the chassis ground. 2.)mismatched speaker to amp impedance. 3)overdrive input or u tap low input(from amp) to high output(of stereo) 4.)ur amp is out of bias. u need an audio technician for this... hope this help u...

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