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sorry but its a newer car and keys can only be programmed with dealer software ,about 120 euros a key here so with conversion rate thats cheap ,try paying the price of your american gallon for petrol and only get 1 litre of fuel ,to get your gallon requires 4.5 litres then complain about the price of the keys ,
The remotte wires from the head unit should go to the amplifier. Look for the main power inthe amp which is connected directly through a fuse to the batterry and the remote connection must go to the rremote of the head unit. Usually this is blue wire in older models but in newerr ones it is marked on the connector screw pad. connecct this and on poweering your headd unit the amp must come on. Now the connection is correct. connect your speakers and switch on. Hope you got this right . Good day