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Car cd player installation

I have the speaker wire hook up the ground wire hookup but the red hook up but the yellow one keep making my lights come on and blow out do i hook the yellow one up with the ground wire?

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Noooo, lol they should all have a seperate location, look at a wiring diagram from your factory speaker harness, or buy an adapter from scosche or something (available at wal-mart for like 7 bucks) to standardize them. And your speaker wire should not be hooked up to the ground EVER.

Black - Ground
Red - 12V
Yellow - Battery

The red and yellow may OCCASIONALLY be required to be at the same place, but i've only had to do this with a vehicle from the 60's.

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