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the black wire is ground, white is + and white/black is - that's for the left side speakers and the gray is + and gray/black is - that's for the right side speakers and that hooks up to the speaker wires coming from radio to high level input plug if you need a diagram this is the website http://a248.e.akamai.net/pix.crutchfield.com/manuals/110/110xa2100.pdf and look on page 5 it will show you. please vote and leave high marks. Thank you and I hope i answered your question
According to crutchfield, this connector should have come with the amp. Was this an open box? I would suggest getting a replacement molex connector from jensen. I see what you are talking about in the manual, and if you don't have the supplied connector, you have a big chance of frying your amp. The manual expects you to have this connector, and is not specific about the actual pins. For all you know, you could be wiring it the opposite way. Either that of call jensen, and ask how the pins are layed out. If you are confident you do have it wired properly, you could try both pins, and see which is the ground, but this is risky of course. There is also the chance there is no actual metal connector in one hole. You can also test for impedance if you have a multimeter, and you definitely should if you are taking shot in the dark with your amp.
Jensen is under different ownership from when your amp was made, so it's unlikely that you'll find a replacement plug for the high-level input.
A high-low converter is also called a line-out converter. It's a device that connects to the speaker wires and changes the signal to a low-level RCA connection. This allows you to use the amp's RCA plugs with your speaker wiring (through RCA signal cables).
A line-out converter should be available any place that sells car audio accessories.
I assume you have probably got the answer but just in case you haven't. I just opened the box on a unit someone gave me and I have the harness. From left to right the first pair (top and bottom) are the left speaker + top and left speaker - bottom. The next two are the right speaker. The next two are left signal in and the last pair are right signal in.
I'm looking for an instruction manual if there even is one.