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).
Where does the amp wire connect to?
1:404:34How to install a car amplifier | Crutchfield DIY video - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipThe turn on wire is included in your amp wiring kit. Run these cables behind the dash to your stereoMoreThe turn on wire is included in your amp wiring kit. Run these cables behind the dash to your stereo. The turn on wire connects to a remote turn on lead in your stereos wiring harness.
Where does power wire go on battery terminal go for AMP?
Feed the power cable through the firewall, from the inside of the vehicle. Pull the power cable up to the Positive battery terminal, providing enough slack to route the wire safely within the engine compartment.
Does it matter which way you wire a speaker?
If both speakers are wired the same, whether in the correct polarity or reversed polarity, there will be virtually no effect. Any changes in polarity are almost always made in an audio console or amplifier DSP, rather than in the wiring of speaker terminals.
Does positive and negative matter on speaker wires?
If both speakers are wired the same, whether in the correct polarity or reversed polarity, there will be virtually no effect.
Does it matter which way round speakers are wired?
As long as the speakers are connected with the same polarity, it doesnt really matter which one they are connected to. The easiest thing to do is to connect the red terminal on the amplifier or receiver to the red terminal on the speaker.