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Gs300 Mk2 Aerial Wire For Aftermarket Stereo


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Afternoon guys

Which wire/wires do I need for my aerial to go up and down with my aftermarket Pioneer headunit?

Do I just need my blue remote wire (12v) to control another wire to the aerial?

Any help is appreicated

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Thanks Steve

So I connect my blue remote wire to the Red and Black. Or is it a mixed coloured wire with red and black shades?

Also these wires are on the stock stereo loom are they?

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From what I can tell on the diagrams, and trying to remember what I did, if you split out your blue remote antenna wire from yoiur new stereo and connect it to the three wires:

White with red tracer

White with blue tracer

Black with white tracer

You may find that it will extend even if you don't connect all three, You can trail and error the three, they all get voltages applied depending on what source is selected and other combination of selected things on the stereo. Most of these selections are obviously not applicable when a new head unit is being used, so you can just use the wires that suit best.

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Thanks Rick for your reply

I will give them a blast. I didn't want to go connecting the black as I always associate black as earth. As you've said about, I will trial all 3 to a power source and see what happens

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