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Wiring car stero

Hi I took your advise on wiring my car stero but there is also blue fused wire does that go to the amp ?

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Go over the steps in this link. You can account for each wire needed and you can see where the blue wire goes. In most of the stereo's I have installed the blue wire is either memory wire or ground wire.

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