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What color is the remote wire for an amplifier?

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You have to be more specific like brand model make year for the vehicle or radio in some models is blue

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Car Radio Constant 12v+ Wire: Pink, yellow
Car Radio Switched 12v+ Wire: Blue, red
Car Radio Ground Wire: Gray, black
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Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Red/Yellow, N/A (tape off factory wire)
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Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Blue, white/black
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Were do i plug in the RCA cables from the amp to a factory radio? do i need any sort of adapters if my stereo dose not have inn or outputs? and where do i hook up the remote from the amp?


Most factory radios do not have RCA outs, but most will have a remote wire. Usually used for a power antenna option. Your remote wire from the amp could be hooked to the power antenna wire on the factory radio and it would work great for turning on the amp. As for the RCA inputs on your amp, you will not be able to use them without RCA outs on your factory deck. Although most amps offer a high level input alternative and will use the standard speaker level out on your factory deck. This means the rear channel speaker wires from your factory deck will be used to feed the signal to the amp. You will have to check the instructions and manufactorer recomendations for the amp you are trying to hook up. Have fun and good luck!

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LR Speaker +/- black - yellow +,- radio harness or amplifier
RR Speaker +/- red - white +,- radio harness or amplifier

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Do you have the remote turn-on lead hooked up?

There should be 3 wires on the power side of the amplifier.

Ground - to the car chassis
Power - to the car battery
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