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What do you do with the CD player remote wire?

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2011-09-13 10:35:07
2011-09-13 10:35:07

The Remote wire is for the installation of an amplifier. When you install the amp, you have a power (+12V) and ground wire to power the amp, but if you did not have a remote wire, it would drain all of your battery power while you were away from the car (because it would continually suck energy from it); however, without the remote signal coming from the CD player, the amp does not turn on.

Does that answer your question?

Basically, unless you're installing an amp, don't mess with it.

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