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Xplod to a jvc

How do I connect a jvc head unit to a xplod amp in a 2002 mercury cougar. i just need to know how to connect to batter wire ground wire and remote wire

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I would recommend using an 8 AWG minimum or preferably 4 AWG power and ground cable. Use as short a ground lead as possible and connect it directly to some chassis metal (avoid accidentally screwing into the gas tank if in trunk). Use a fuse holder with a 40 - 60 amp fuse under the hood within 18 inches of the battery. Your RCA cable coming from the back of the JVC radio should be run to your amp along with the remote turn on lead. This wire should connect to the JVC's amplifier turn on lead which should be a blue wire with a white stripe.

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http://www.modifiedlife.com/2002-mercury-cougar-factory-radio-wiring-diagram/



2002 Mercury Cougar Factory Radio Wiring Diagram
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