Question about Kenwood KAC-7202 Car Audio Amplifier
You need to use a multimeter to see if the remote turn-on voltage at the amplifier is dropping to near 0v as soon as you switch off the head unit. If it's not, you need to determine why it's not switching off quickly.
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Connect each wire yourself if your were unable to obtain a wiring harness to install your car stereo.
Connect the positive wire from each speaker to the positive connector on the back of the stereo first. Then connect the negative wire from each speaker to the negative connector on the back of the stereo. If there is only one wire coming from the speakers, the speakers are grounded at the chassis. In this case you will need to install new speaker wiring.
Connect the ground (-/black) wire of the stereo to a screw or bolt near where the radio is mounted in the dash. Make sure the wire is attached to metal, not plastic or fiberglass.
Connect the 12 constant and ignition power wires (both +/red) to the new stereo. Refer to your stereo's installation manual to make sure these go to the correct places.
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