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Where is the best place to tap into for key-on reference power for the amp?

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the remote signal wire, any decent wiring harness should tell you what the stock color is for the wire, or the internet, or even your manual.


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Where is the best place to tap into for key-on reference power for the amp?


the last thing you want to do is tap into any factory harnes. if you are keeping your factory head unit and are just adding an amp just buy an adapter for it. all it does is it hooks up to the back of your factory head unit and adds RCAs and everything you need to hook up your amps that way everything is plugin play no hard wireing requiered
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