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Good morning; I have HCX-2030 amp that I have had for a while but I do not have any information about the amp anymore and I would like to hook it up in my sons car. Can you help me? do you happen to have a wire diagram ? Thanks Alfred

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Red   +12
black   ground
orange   remote turn on +112
brown   left+
blue   right-
purple   hi level input ground
white   right hi level input+
yellow   left hi level input+
green and grey are messed up on my diagram
you will have to figure theese two out by yourself
they are going to be either left- or right+ but that 
is really simple to figue out! :) have a good one!!
hopefully not too late! lol

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Try going to this http://forum.ecoustics.com/bbs/messages/4/74.html this might help but sorry if it doesnt

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