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Old 01-29-2007, 20:08   #1 (permalink)
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03 taurus factory amp turn on wire

im trying to use my factory head unit and put subs in using that. i have all the convertors i just dont know what wire turns on the factory amp to jump it to turn on my aftermarket amp. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: 03 taurus factory amp turn on wire

I dont know about ford wiring but on aftermarket units its the blue (power antenna) wire. With the ignition and head unit on, test the wires with a mulit-meter or test light and note which ones are hot. Turn the head unit off but leave the ignition on and re-test the wires, the one that is dead is the wire to the remote on the amp.
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