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Wiring up an amp

We are trying to wire up our amp and sub into our renault megane but we dont seem to get anything coming out. we are not sure if its to do with the on/off switch. what should we wire the remote switch to.

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    what coloured wire is the remote wire on the stereo is it the red?

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You can also plug that cable to any positive wire adding a switch of course. the only problem... don't forget it on, it will eat up your battery if left like that unless the positive power source is canceled when removing the key from the car.

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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You must to connect remote swith wire from your CD player to amplifiers remote switch wire. It needs because when you turning player off its turning off your aplifiers power and wise versa.

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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