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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there should be 3 power related cables connected to the amplifier:
1-From battery to amp via fuse (positive)
2-From chassis of car to amplifier (negative)
3-From head units (power continuous) (blue or blue/white cable) to the amplifiers remote connection.
this connection enables the amplifier to switch on when the head unit is switched on and off when the headunit is switched off.
I hope this helps and let me know if I can further assist you.
put a small wire from the remote terminal to the positive terminal and make sure theres a switch on your power wire or you manually disconnect the wire when you arent in the car or you'll need a jump start in the morning. you can also hook the wire into the car on a circuit that only comes on when the key is turned on but thats complicated.
Hi there, check when you have switched off the power in the car to see if the amp power lights are still on, if so there could be a problem with your remote wire. Check the cables to he rear of your stereo and with a test meter, determine which one loses power when the ignition key is removed. When you have found this cable, splice your remote lead to this one, and your amp should switch off when you switch the car off, thus saving your battery. You could wire it to a permanent live feed and install a switch to allow you to run the amp without the key in the ignition but dont forget your battery will run down fast because Amps use a LOT of power.
Pioneer follows standard color coding for stereo/headunit wiring. Pioneer car stereos needs two wires plus the ground wire to be
activated. The yellow is connected to the always on B+12 such as the
positive terminal of the battery, the red goes to a switched B+12 such
as the ACC of the IGN switch while the black of course goes to the
Should the above been done correctly and
problem persist, then perhaps the fuse may have blown, there is a loose
connector at the rear of the head unit or a probable internal
electronic defect has developed.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
i'm not entirely sure but i think that your only supposed to have the blue remote wire hooked up. but like i said i'm not sure. i hooked my amp up and somehow my remote wire shorted and fried my ignition switch so don't hold me to it, but maybe look into it. I think that you might have a constand power hooked up to a switched power cable for your amp so haveing the constant power to your amp, asied from your 12v at the battery, your amp might not even know when your car is on or off. hope this helps sorry for the open ender
When I hook up an amp I put the power wire to the battery,the ground to a suitable chasis ground,and the remote wire I hook up to a switched 12 volt in the fuse block.It's usually marked ign on the fuse block. If you have a test light you can see which one is hot when you turn the key on.As far as the radio not coming on there should be a fuse in line on the red wire and dont forget the one under dash also.Some radios have a reset button on them somewhere you might see if yours does.
did you run your 12+ to the battery? did you supply a sufficient ground of least 2x the size of the power lead?..did you hook up to the amp turn on lead and NOT the power antenna? model numbers of radio and amp would really be helpful...my email is firstname.lastname@example.org send me specifics and we will work it out
The system remote control is usually a blue wire on your decks harness and it is for an amplifier for a sub or other speakers. It sends power to the subs amp when the deck is turned on. You may need to find the wires coming off the antenna and splice them into the red power switching wire 12v on you decks wire harness. Good luck