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Where do i put my ground wire at ? do i attach it on the stereo somewhere or what? i cannot remember i recently wanted to put my cd player back in my vehicle just can't remember where it went ...?

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The frame of the vehicle is ground, the metal enclosure of the radio is ground also. If you have a ground wire coming out of the radio and you don't see the ground wire from the vehicle, then attached it to the cars frame.

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