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Does the blue wire need to be connected to 12 V + . if I have no accesories, can I just leave this wire disconnected? thanks!


The subject shows this referring to a Pyle car amplifier. Is that the case? Either way this will hopefully answer your question.

If you're talking about the blue wire from an after market car stereo and:
  • There's no accessories (as you've already stated)
  • You don't have a power antenna
  • and you're not running an amplifier
You can leave the blue wire disconnected.

If you have a power antenna it'll need to be connected to the corresponding wire in the dash (I would need to know year make an model of the care to help you identify that wire). If you have an amplifier the blue wire would be run directly to that.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,
Ray

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My dryer has a three prong cord and the house i live in has a 4-prong connection. I purchased a 4 prong cord at Lowe's. I know the black and red are hot- no problem there . The ground wire (green) is...


the only difference is that the 4 prong wire has a ground wire,on the block the white wire should be in the middle,the red wire on one side and the black on the opposite side and the green connects to the frame,so yes the white wire will connect to the blue/green combo....http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7kgMn5Frt8&feature=related check out this video,it has the blue/green wire you're talking about.hope this helps.

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Hi, just trying to wire up my pioneer gm-620 car amp and having some problems with which wire goes where, due to not having a wiring diagram. (red is live) (black is ground) but i dont know where the blue...


i need to know is the blue wire comming from the amplfier or comming from the radio?

if its comming from the amplfier then
you need to connect this to the igintion wire (yellow) or if the radio has it connect it to the radio (it shoudl become 12V when radio turns on)

if its comming from the radio then
you need to connect it to the remote jack in the amplfier
the wire become 12V when the radio turns on
and the amplfier only turn on when the remote connection on the amplifier becomes 12V

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My light kit wire is not connected


Blue, is usually international color for the NEUTRAL wire. EUROPE BROWN==PHASE BLUE===NEUTRAL Green/Yellow stripe==EARTH. (Most important wire)
USA. BLACK==PHASE WHITE==NEUTRAL GREEN/BARE==EARTH (Most important wire)

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Replacing stove. What to do with blue and yellow wires?


First, please don't do your own electrical work if you are unsure about what you're doing. It's worth it to hire an electrician.

Not sure what the blue and yellow wires could be. The others are standard 220V colors, but that doesn't mean that they are connected the standard way in the panel. If you know how to remove the panel cover and look at the breakers, make sure you do that before you assume anything. If you don't know how, call an electrician.

Assuming the blue and yellow are no longer needed, and that the other four are wired properly, you should disconnect the blue and yellow wires on both ends and remove them if possible. If you can't remove them, you should insulate both ends and mark them as being disconnected.

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I wanna connect my amp, and i dont know which is the remote wire? where do i connect the blue wire to? i have a sony cdx-f7700. can anyone help or have a diagram


The blue wire, if you've not got a corresponding blue wire to connect to can be connected to the ignition wire. That being one of three needed to power your head unit - RED (12v permanent), BLACK (negative / earth) and another colour, sometimes blue for 12v ignition (only comes on with the ignition on / acc).

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Need colour coding for wiring back of radio


black= ground

blue= antenna

red= power ingition

yellow= 12volt battery

blue\white= amp turn on

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Cd player in 1999 ford escort zx2 what color wires connect?


If you have a wiring harness, the wires are printed with the wires necessary.

Here is the wiring information for your car.
Please replay if there is any further help needed.

Constant 12V+ Blue/Red
Switched 12V+ Blue/Black
Ground Black
Illumination Red/Black
Dimmer n/a
Antenna Trigger n/a

Front Speakers 5 1/4" Doors
Left Front (+) Purple
Left Front (-) Blue/Orange
Right Front (+) Blue/White
Right Front (-) White

Rear Speakers 6" x 8" Rear Deck
Left Rear (+) White/Blue
Left Rear (-) Red/Blue
Right Rear (+) White/Green
Right Rear (-) Blue

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Red - power
Black - ground
Blue - turn-on (switched 12 volt)
Green and Gray -- Hook to factory/aftermarket stereo for the signal.

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I have to change the power cord of my dryer. the new power cord has 4 pronge. the 4 wires colors are red,white,black and green. on the dryer i have only 3 wire: red,blue,black. i want to know witch wire...


  • green = ground (attach directly to the case, should be a green painted screw near the opening
  • red = hot 110v connect to the red on the dryer
  • black = hot 110v connect to the black on the dryer
  • white = neutral connects to the blue (only if the blue is in the middle)
  • neutral is always in the middle with a hot wire on either side of it.
  • also make sure all the connections are tight
let me know if you need more help Mike

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