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Pioneer deh-40mp My remote wire has come out from directly behind the head unit now Im not sure which hole it came from and cannot find any wiring pics to remedy my problem.

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Well there is easy to find installation manual and find out for sure... :)

if my memory is good, upper hole is for aux and other beneath - remote...

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