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    question with clarion HU.....driving me nuts...

    using the "amplifier turn on lead" my sub and amp only stay on when listening to the radio.....and i cant figure out how to turn the **** sub on. i have read the manual 10x over and still cant figure it out...
    if anyone has any idea how to turn it on please let me know...although the quickest way would probably just be to re-attach the remote wire to the power anntenna like normal....

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    Re: question with clarion HU.....driving me nuts...

    you ahve the pwoer antenna and the remote wire switched up...
    check the harness for a wire that give a tiny amount of current WHENVER it is on, regardless of what mode it's in...



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