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On the back of my kdc 135 their is 2 wire that are blue. one without a white strip that says antenna cont. and another that is jus solid blue but i dnt quite remember wat it says, which do i hook my rem cable to?

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The antenna wire is used for the antenna and trigger wire for an after market amplifier (blue w/white tracer) It sends power out to power the accessories. I'm not quite sure what you mean by "rem cable" but I hope I've offered enough information for you to make a determination.
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