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If it's only 4 wires, Red & black are typically power. red +12volts & black is ground. Gray would be one channel say right side and green would be left (example) you would ground the negative speaker lead on both sides. That is probably an old unit and make sure your car is negative ground. Some Ford & Nissan are positive grounded for some circuits which you may need to reverse the power connections. Make sure there is an in line fuse on the power wire just in case.
1- you need to provide a fused power wire from battery to amp
2- provide a ground wire from amp to car body or frame (be sure to clean off paint if connected to body)
3- connect your remote wire to your fuse box (16 to 22 gauge wire will be fine)
4- connect a line output converter which will allow you to use rca jacks (one side connects to the speaker wire in your car and the other to your rca jacks)
5- finish by connecting your speaker wires and rca jacks
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Hi, I assume you are powering regular speakers in the car, right? The amp needs a power cable from the fuse box or battery. This cable should be about 6 gage and should have a fuse of about 150 amps. You will need a ground cable, also 6 gage and connect it tightly to the chassis under the dash. Disconnect all speaker wires from the head unit, and use a pair of RCA cables to connect the head unit preamp outputs to the amplifier. Also from the head unit, connect the blue wire to the "turn on" terminal of the amplifier. Finally, connect your speaker wires to the amplifier. Your speakers should be rated for at least 500 Watts, or you will blow them with this amp.
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THAT IS AN OLD RADIO....RED POWER .... HARD TO SAY ABOUT AMPS LOOK ON THE RADIO IT MAY SAY TOTAL AMPS....I WOULD SAY (APX 5 AMP) START WITH THAT . BLACK .......YES GROUND FOR THE POWER ...AND ALSO FOR THE GROUND FOR THE 2 SPEAKERS SO .....GRAY&BLACK SAY LEFT SPEAKER AND....GREEN&BLACK SAY IS YOUR RIGHT SPEAKER IT EASY GOOD LUCK
you probly need a wiring harness....if this is the first aftermarket cd player in the truck... go to car audio place round town and ask for a wiring harness for your model truck....the wires will then be color coded.....hopefully this helps
1. Black wire to either outside terminal post.
2. Red wire to the remaining outside terminal post.
3. White wire to the center terminal post.
4. Green wire to the frame screw.
Also, make certain that your breaker/fuse box is wired according to local codes. If your dryer is not properly grounded through the fuse box and the green wire is attached to the frame then, a ground wire would need to attach to the green wire and then to an earth ground. This could possibly be your 5th wire, but you need to investigate it before applying power to the dryer.
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Sorry not all vehicle manufacturers use the same color codes, however your radio wants to know if the lights are on (to dim for night time), and also how dim you desire. Often more than one ground, also could be antenna up/down request.
(There are different versions of the ba-200, so I'm assuming they al
use the same wiring/pinout...)
if you look at the amp on the enclosure(right-side up... so the writin
The top left pin is #1, beside it is #2, then #3.
The bottom left pin is #4, beside it is #5, then #6.
#1 Right speaker positive input
#3 12 Volt Constant Power
#4 Left speaker positive input
#5 Remote turn on / Acc power input
Now there's supposed to be a 15-amp fuse on pin #3 (12v constan