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Which wires are my ground, hot, speaker and so on which colors are which?

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Your ground would be black yellow is constant battery power red is acc switch from ignition. blue is remote turn on for amplifier green pair white pair purple pair and grey pair are all speaker wires. FR FF RF RR etc

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The wires provided for a radio system are as follows:
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