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No power to pioneer 5300 amp

Have the positive correctly hooked up to the battery, have remote coming from the deck to a switch and grounded out the ground, but no power comes to the amp just wondering what issues it could be

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Ur remote wire needs to be hooked up to the spot marked remote on the amp....and ground to the ground slot..if that is done check the fuses on the amp or check the fuse under the hood from your power wireif it still wont come on..make sure ur ground is touching a good metal area sand around the area if needed this should sole ur problem

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