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Remote wire Is the REMOTE wire the blue wire like on most brands ?

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Assuming your talking about a JVC KD-S5050 you want the blue wire with the white line on it for the antenna up/down function.

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I don't know which wire is for the remote, but blue is usually for the antenna up/down function.

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