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    Re: Remote wire to deck alternatives

    when you buy it there's a diagram really simple, just sounds complicated.

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    Re: Remote wire to deck alternatives

    yea, that's a thought, i'll look into that, thanks.




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    Re: Remote wire to deck alternatives

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    what's weird is i tried the red wire on the back of the deck and it still didn't work. that one shocked me too.
    Something's wrong. The red wire must have power or the deck wouldn't work.



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    Re: Remote wire to deck alternatives

    Just run a wire out from your car's fuse panel. Find a fuse that's ignition switched, and run a wire from it (down stream side of fuse) to the rem turn on of your amplifier.



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    Re: Remote wire to deck alternatives

    Pay United Radio to fix your headunit.



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    Re: Remote wire to deck alternatives

    yea, the red wire should have worked, i don't know what the deal is with the wiring in the back of the deck, i did a pretty shabby job installing everything years ago, i need to redo it. i don't wanna pay to have the deck looked at, if anything, i got a buddy who will sell me his old eclipse deck for $40. i've never heard of wiring anything straight to a fuse before, that's a thought. i think i'm gonna go fool around with it for a bit again before i take off for work here. thanks for the input fellas.




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    Re: Remote wire to deck alternatives

    You can also run it to a toggle switch/pref one that lights up,so to remind you to turn off,and wire to AUX in the fuse panel,or Extra???You can even wire it to radio fuse under dash,so that it will work off ignition(toggle power) .Just have to remember to turn volume down,and switch it off...you know??Done a by-pass for a fan-relay on a honda like this.Or??Try repairing /replacing radio ?????




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