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Does a factory Echo Stereo have a wire that can be connected to an Amplifier to signal it to turn on Such as a power antenna wire?

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2007-02-04 21:56:25
2007-02-04 21:56:25

No, what you need to do is go to Wal-Mart and get the Modulator and hook the colored speaker wires to the stock speaker wires. All that will pull current through and the modulator you buy will have a blue and white striped wire which will be your remote wire. Plug your RCA's in appropriatly and all woll be in working order. Good luck!

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