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Remote wire my radio will not turn om my amp

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  • inkedj_25 Aug 18, 2008

    i can't tell where took hook up the remote wire for my amp my last deck had a wire labeled remote so it was easy ... please help!!

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Blue wire coming out of your new deck.

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