Making the Terminal
1. Expose the end of the wire using nippers or a
cutter by about 10 mm and twist.
2. Attach ring lugs to wire ends.
3. Loosen the screw by using the driver. Connect
the wires, then tighten the screw.
When you tighten the screw, be careful not to
apply too much torque as doing so may damage
Power Connection Wires (not
* If you have the factory original or some other
car audio unit without a remote output for the
amplifi er, connect the system remote control
terminal (REM) to the power supply.
Notes on the power supply
Connect the + 12 V power supply wire only after
all the other wires have been connected.
Be sure to connect the ground wire of the unit
securely to a metal point of the car. A loose
connection may cause a malfunction of the
Be sure to connect the remote control wire of
the car audio unit to the remote terminal.
When using a car audio unit without a remote
output on the amplifi er, connect the system
remote control terminal (REM) to the power
Use a power supply wire with a fuse attached (60
Make sure that the vehicle's battery wires
connected to the vehicle (ground to chassis) are
of a wire gauge at least equal to that of the main
power wire connected from the battery to the
To a metal point
of the car
* Remote output
Car audio unit
Fuse (60 A)
+ 12 V car battery