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I need to know where to hook-up the three wires (2 fused) one not, I assme red to hot ,yellow to lights, ....

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    the remote inside will not turn on



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Red goes to unswitched positive (for memory), yellow to switched positve and black to ground.

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This should help you!

As for the remote - see if the cable is hooked up to the readio or modulator. If so press the reset on the back of the remote.

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