Question: What is the power antenna wire for?

When the ignition of the vehicle is turned off, the remote turn on wire stops transferring voltage and the amplifier turns off. This wire is typically for power antenna or factory amplifier turn on, do not get this wire confused with the remote turn on wire with the blue/white stripe.

Do I need the power antenna wire?

Yes, these two wires should be connected together. This is what allows the radio to retract the antenna when it isnt being used. Just because your wiring harness has a connection for this wire, it doesnt necessarily mean that your car has this kind of motorized antenna.

Does the remote wire have to be connected?

The remote turn on wire must be connected to part of the vehicles electrical system that only turns on when the ignition is in the ACCESSORY or ON position.

Where does remote turn on wire go?

The remote turn on wire must be connected to part of the vehicles electrical system that only turns on when the ignition is in the ACCESSORY or ON position.

How many volts should the remote wire have?

While in the ON position, there should be 12+ volts at the remote turn on wire. If you have 12+ volts while the ignition is OFF, the remote turn on wire is connected to constant power.

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