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Hi if you have a amp the blue remote wire goes to the remote turn on terminal or wire on the amp. If you do not have an amp, cap the remote wire you will not need it. Thank you for using

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Most amps have a remote on terminal, which takes a small current wire to "turn on" the amp, and when you stop current to that terminal, it turns off the amp. It sounds like this current is still live when you turn the car off, so your amp doesn't know to turn off.

With the car off, test the lead at the remote on terminal (usually blue wire, as I do it) with a dc meter or test probe. If it reads +12v, it shouldn't. Find a new "remote on" power lead. This is generally provided by the "power antenna on" lead out of the deck. Run a wire to the amp from the power antenna on lead, and retest.

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Hello sugarands265,

If you have an aftermarket head unit, it will most likely have a dedicated remote lead, usually blue or blue/white in color.

If the amp is being run from a stock receiver that does not have a remote lead, use any switched 12V+ source.

Hope this helps.

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Hello pumpin_up_da,

The most likely cause for the problem you describe is that the remote turn-on lead to the amp is functional only when the head unit is operating in tuner mode. This could be caused by using a power antenna lead instead of a remote lead. Some head units have both, some only one or the other. Check the wire going to the amp remote terminal with a voltmeter. If it shows 12V when the radio is operated in tuner mode but 0V when you switch to CD, then check the wiring. If this is the cause, and your head unit has a dedicated amp turn-on lead, then connect it to the amp terminal. Most head units that have both power antenna and remote leads code them "Blue" and "Blue/White". If your head unit does not have an amp turn-on lead, you need to wire it to a 12V switched source, usually the "red" wire on most aftermarket receivers. You can then put a SPST toggle switch (available at Radio Shack or most auto parts stores) in line with the wire and turn it on and off as desired.

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You did not specify your install specifics, but the trouble is probably the head unit "remote turn-on" lead. Some head units will have both a power antenna and a remote lead. If you inadvertently wired the amp turn-on to the power antenna lead, it can cause the problem you described.

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