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Default Re: Wire Identification Help Needed

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Originally Posted by shadeshadows View Post
Hello,

I am installing using FAST-9999 on my 2011 Honda CR Z.

To which wire in the reference list below should I connect the blue/white remote wire? I currently have the red power wire connected to A3 pink b+ power supply.

A1 black ground for audio (G503)
A2 white detects illumination control signal
A3 pink b+ powe
r supply
A5 grey left rear speaker signal+
A6 brown left rear speaker -
A7 blank
A8 blank
A9 blue right rear speaker output +
A10 orange right rear speaker -
A11 white ground for audio remote switch
A12 green security signal from MICU
A13 blue detects scan tool signal (serial data)
A14 blank
A15 lt blue output driver door speaker and left tweeter +
A16 grey driver door speaker and left tweeter-
A17 blank
A18 blank
A19 blue output passenger door and right tweeter +
A20 red output passenger door and right tweeter-
A21 blank
A22 pink detects voltage for audio remote switch
A23 blue inputs vehicle speed pulse from ECM/PCM
A24 purple power source for accessories

Thanks much!
You can connect the blue/white wire of the FAST-9999 to the same A3 wire or connect to A24. I suggest connecting to A24 first, using A3 as a second option.
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