Question about Car Audio & Video
You should have 4 or 3 wires... cd turn on wire, ground wire, power wire, and last audio input and output wire... to hook the power wire up you would have to lead it going to the power source and make a hole or find one to travel it to the engine from inside the car, then bolt it the the car battery terminal. the ground wire you would have to bolt it to the body of the car from inside the trunk or where ever you have the amp, as long as it is connected to somthing metal! the cd turn on wire you would have to travel it to your (after market cd player or stock) to behind it, into the connecter which should be 16 or 12 and hook it in one of the wire holes! this also goes for the audio input and output wires, connect one end to amp then other behind the cd player! make sure to leave anough slack to b able to connect to amp! hope this has been helpful :)
Posted on May 05, 2010
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