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I have 3 wires one direct to battery one ground what is he 3rd wire go to

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Perhaps is the ignition or a remote terminal.try to connect it to the acc+ of yur car

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1st dissconnect your ground on your battery.
2nd connect live to your battery and poke it through the firewall into your car and run it down the door sill of your car to the boot.
3rd. reconnect your ground to your battery.
4th. Connect RCA Cables to back of your head unit inc the remote (thin wire with RCA) The remote needs connecting to a blue and white wire in the connector blocks for your stereo.
5th. Run RCA cables down the opposite side to where the live is running (live on left RCA on right)
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