Question about Car Audio & Video
Your radio should have a blue wire with white stripe on it - this is the 12v remote turn on lead. You didn't leave the amplifier model in your post, but most any aftermarket amplifier will have only 3 power connections. One is 12v constant (battery), one is 12v negative (chassis ground), and the third should be a 12v triggered lead (either from a head unit or from ignition). If you are having trouble with this, I would recommend checking with a local stereo shop as they can assist you.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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