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Wire Identity I have an older autotek amp model AT7150. I need to identify speaker wire locations and color on amplifier. It has a wiring harness for the speaker wires I just don't know what color is for what. Please help.

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If the plug is like the BTS series amps...

Image of connector on amplifier

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This plug configuration should be the same as the old autotek. The wires on the sides of the remote are the positive speaker wires. With the amp orientated so that the 3 wires are on top, the wire left of the remote on the amp plug should be the left positive. The one directly under it is the negative for that channel. The ones to the right are the right channel (negative on bottom again).

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