Stereo not switching ON

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Your new stereo will require 3 supplies to switch on Ignition live 12v+ red wire on stereo Permanent live 12v+ yellow wire on stereo Earth/ground 12v- black wire on stereo If all these wires are NOT connected then the unit will NOT switch on. With the help of a multimeter

New Car Stereo not holding memory

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Simply pick out the yellow wire and the red wire from the stereo wiring harness Midway down you can unplug them Connect yellow to red and then red to yellow Your stereo wiring will be now configured correctly to match the vehicles configuration

Kenwood Patch leads, which connection to use

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Your Kenwood stereo will have two available options to connect the patch lead to the stereo Round 4 pin plug Single wire input - colour : blue with yellow stripe You can only use what is required by the stereo. For Connects2 patch leads the single wire will be brown with a red bullet connector

JVC Patch leads, which connection to use?

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Your JVC stereo will have two available options to connect the patch lead to the stereo Jack plug Single wire input - colour : blue with yellow stripe You can only use what is required by the stereo. For Connects2 patch leads the single wire will be brown with a red bullet connector on

How to Connect Blue Wire on Aerial Adaptors

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Connect this to the remote antenna output wire or the amp remote wire from your car stereo (this is normally blue in color or blue/white) If no remote wire is present then connect to an accessory supply or ignition driven supply instead.