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I need to know what the orange wire at the back of the Acapulco MP54 is for. It is in the same loom as the audio input cables, not the main loom.

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They don't list colors, but the manual does show locations, so this should help:

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But, from your description it's possible that the previous owner installed a multichannel amp to drive both the "extra bass speaker", usually referred to as a subwoofer, and the original vehicle speakers. In that case, the speaker wiring from the head unit (receiver) was cut and the receiver side of the wires was rerouted to the input of the aftermarket amp. The output of the amp was then connected to the other ends of the speaker wiring.

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