Where does the AMP turn on wire go?
The turn-on wire (also called the remote wire) is located behind the stereo. On aftermarket stereos, its usually a blue and white wire. The remote wire will tell your amplifier to turn on whenever the stereo is powered up (usually, whenever the vehicle is turned on).
What do I connect the remote turn on wire to?
Wiring the remote turn on wire with an aftermarket head unit is pretty straightforward. Simply connect another piece of blue primary wire to the blue wire in the wiring harness and run the primary wire back to the amplifier to terminate in the remote turn on terminal.
What color wire turns on an amplifier?
IF POSSIBLE ground to chassis with as short a wire as possible. The blue wire is what turns the amp “on”. It is supposed to be wired to the blue turn on wire output from your source. (deck or whatever) or the power antenna lead.
How do I manually turn on my amp?
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Do you need a fuse for an amp power wire?
A: A safe system will have the right fuses installed at each amplifier and also on the power cable by the battery. If your amplifiers have on-board fuses, you dont need another set. But if your amplifiers dont each have their own fuses, you definitely do need to fuse each amps power line near the amp.
Can you wire 2 amps together?
The short answer is that you can use any number or combination of power amps in a car audio setup as long as you wire them in properly. The most common reason to wire in multiple amps is to have one for your main speakers and a second amplifier for a subwoofer.
How do I know what amp My fuse is?
The fuse rating can be calculated by dividing the power used by the appliance by the voltage going into the appliance. I (Amps) = P (Watts) ÷ V (Voltage).