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rondell954 
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I've grounded the wire, bridged my amp, but i have no clue where the remote hooks up to in my head unit. Does it connect to the same wire in ALL headunits...or is there many different wires...

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Remote requires a 12 volt positive signal to trigger the amp on.  All aftermarket head units have a remote wire - in most cases a blue or blue/white. What make/model is your radio?
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if you are running off your stock HU then you need to run a remote from your battery to a switch then run that to your amp. just a thought but you could run a remote from your ignition to your amp.
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if i may add, if your using your factory hu you should just connect your remote wire to your accessory wire that way you can power your amp when you power up your hu
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rondell954 
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its a pioneer double din, ya it wuz the blue wire, thank you for help...mtx thunders thump how to hook up the remote from amp -- posted image.
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lol, glad to help

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