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Old 11-30-2008, 03:08 PM
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Default Re: Hello from the Bay Area, BTA6200.

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Originally Posted by heavyduty View Post
Yes, the headunit usually has a blue wire labeled remote. This is for adding amplifiers and is the key-on/key-off power source for the unit. Remember, the battery 12v is a constant power source. No, the inline power fuse just to make sure that you haven't shorted it out.
Alright..thanks. I'm parrety sure I havn't shorted it.if I have..I would have to replace it right? Is there anything else I could have damaged internally from trying to install this?

So I would have to get a longer wire to attach to the blue remote wire and wire it to the orange from the sub right? Then also wire the red 12v and the ground? and I should have power? Sorry for asking so many questions. I am fairly new to this. I'm just hoping the sub isn't damaged in any way.
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