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Amp my amp works with the radio playing but when i put in a cd the amp doesnt work

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  • cory marshall Jun 21, 2007

    thanks!! that was the problem the amp works like it should now

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The remote wire from the amp is connected to a blue wire behind your head unit. This is a power antenna activation wire; it's only active when the tuner is selected. Switch the remote wire to a blue/white wire at the head unit.

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