Question about Alpine CDA-9884 Car CD/ MP3 Player
The red wire needs to be connected directly to the battery postive/red lead. you may have to run a wire from the battery, through a hole drilled in the firewall, into the red lead on the back of the stereo. it is suggested that you use a fuse, but is not necessary, as close to the battery as possible.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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