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I bought 2 channel rca adaptor and i want to connect my AERPRO RCA ADAPTOR at the back of heAD UNIT BUT I DONT KNOW the wire color code of positive and negative wire for the left and positive and negative wire color for the right

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Hi, please provide the model and year of the car. If you have an aftermarket stereo, please provide model number. Also, if are you using an amplifier, please provide amp model number. Are you connecting only 2 speakers or 4?

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    hello, I would like to help you, but I need more information, please.

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Centre Nothing

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