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The Blue WIRE?

I just got everything for my After market Radio, i hooked up everything except for a little BLUE WIRE that was connected the the radio. What is this wire and where do i connect it to?
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The Blue wire is the remote for the battery. I know on my wiring harness, the remote was blue with and white stripe. The two should be connected. It makes sure that when you kill the battery power to your car that the head unit shuts off too.

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not the light blue wire, its the one connected with the antena. :P
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Oh sorry about that.

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Connect it to the other blue wire lol or else you're going to have fuzzy radio stations. (it's a remote wire)
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What he said ^^ its the antenna power wire. Without it you won't get an radio reception because the antenna uses some power to pick up stations.

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Connect it to the other blue wire lol or else you're going to have fuzzy radio stations. (it's a remote wire)
Good to know that the wire is needed to pull in the stations.

Like the color of your sedan.... nice choice
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Hey guys,
I want to connect my pre-wired LED lights to the headlight switch wire so that whenever I turn on my headlights, the LEDs will turn on too. The wires I'm working with are the head-unit wires so I'm wondering if you guys know! Do you know which color wire it is? If you can help me out, I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks in advance!
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