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tempest
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tempest Feb 21, 12:24am - #107617 

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need help installing amp

can anyone tell me what color wire i am suppose to connect the REM cable/wire to? thanks
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xxmonkeyboixx Feb 21, 1:19am - #107618 

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i hooked mine up in the cig lighter. one is a remote wire and i think one is live. just test to see which one is remote and which one is live. U want the remote...any question jus pm me...

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tempest Feb 21, 2:37am - #107619 

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do you have a idea which color it is? thanks
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Eyger Feb 21, 4:19am - #107620 

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It's a solid blue color. There should be one coming off of your deck. It's easy. And one more thing that a lot of people forget to do, i reccommend running your power down one end of you car and the signal cable down the other. It's the best way to prevent noise such as alternator whine and such later on in the future.

Knowing the path and choosing the path are two different things.
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element_celica Feb 21, 4:30am - #107621 

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Originally Posted by Eyger
It's a solid blue color. There should be one coming off of your deck. It's easy. And one more thing that a lot of people forget to do, i reccommend running your power down one end of you car and the signal cable down the other. It's the best way to prevent noise such as alternator whine and such later on in the future.


^yup

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tempest
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tempest Feb 21, 5:13am - #107622 

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Originally Posted by Eyger
It's a solid blue color. There should be one coming off of your deck. It's easy. And one more thing that a lot of people forget to do, i reccommend running your power down one end of you car and the signal cable down the other. It's the best way to prevent noise such as alternator whine and such later on in the future.


yeah i know that i did that setup already but i just needed to know where to connect that wire to finish the setup. thanks a lot.
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Sultan Feb 21, 5:15am - #107623 

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Originally Posted by Eyger
It's a solid blue color. There should be one coming off of your deck. It's easy. And one more thing that a lot of people forget to do, i reccommend running your power down one end of you car and the signal cable down the other. It's the best way to prevent noise such as alternator whine and such later on in the future.


good point
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xmangt1 Feb 21, 12:12pm - #107624 

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Originally Posted by Eyger
It's a solid blue color. There should be one coming off of your deck. It's easy. And one more thing that a lot of people forget to do, i reccommend running your power down one end of you car and the signal cable down the other. It's the best way to prevent noise such as alternator whine and such later on in the future.
Well said, I have power lines on the left side, others on the right. Remember to keep ground wires as short as possible and power lines from the battery fused!
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