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Wiring diagram i am wiring my alpine car stereo back to my old car , unfortunately i dont know were to connect the wires , the labels on the wires somehow got cut when i kept it in storage , need help figuring were the red , yellow , black , blue and blu/white wire connects to the car

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Red: voltage source controlled by the ignition key Yellow: constant voltage source Black: ground Blue: power antenna activation wire (if equipped) Blue/white: amplifier activation wire (if equipped)

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Which wires go together hooked all mines up and it won't come on It

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