Question about Car Audio & Video
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First make one wire your ground wire by screwing the end with a connector into the frame of your car trunk, on bare metal, then connect your remote wire to a fuse that is only on when your car is on. then connect the 12volt wire to the postive side of your battery with a connector. depending on the size of your amp, the gauge wire you need will vary. On your 12volt wire you may need to place a fuse in between where it connects to your battery and your amp to insure that the power will be shut off when the fuse blows instead of blowing your amp if something were to happen.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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