Question about Car Audio & Video
Your red wire is probably your ignition 12V, check on your harness if you you have a permanent 12V ( + Batt), if you didn't have a permanent 12V you have to connect your red wire to a permanent 12V or directly on your positive battery
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Posted on May 22, 2008
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