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Old 07-29-2006, 03:13 PM   #1
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i have a very old sony cdx cd player in my stang, and am attempting to hook up an amp and subs to it. everything seems ok except i cannot get the remote amp wire to turn the amp on. i did not own the car when the radio was put in, so i have no clue how they wired it all, but it looks like its the factory ford wiring hooked up to the sony's harness.

i bought a new ford harness kit and cannot figure out where the 4-pin and 6-pin plugs go. anyone?

here is an attached picture of the new wiring harness i bought.

do i just bypass the smaller plugs, splice the radios connectors to the loose wires and leave the factory plugs tucked in behind the radio for future use?

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Re: ford aftermarket wiring

a tester might shed some light on your problem, you can use it to find out when given wires are carrying power~ it can help track down that remote amp wire as well.
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ok cool thanks got her figured out
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