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I have creative speakers and 3 wires one black one green and one a mustard colour were do i plug them in at to get my sound

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Plug the master colour one to the extreem left, in middle the green one & the black one is in extreem right

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Check if this applies to your Rover 

White/Blue - Perm 12v,
Yellow/Red - Switched Igntion,
Red/Black - Night time illumination,
Black - Earth

 Blue/Green & Grey/Black at ISO Connection is LH Front Door Speaker

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Brown/White & Red/Yellow is RH Rear Speaker

Power connector:
1. n/a
2. n/a
3. n/a
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5. n/a
6. n/a
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8. Ground

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