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Hi would really appreciate some help here. I've purchased a facia, connects 2 kit and a double din unit.

Everything is married up and plugged in fine, apart from one wire

I have no radio reception I've plugged the lead in but there is another Blue lead that I have no idea where to connect.

Ive read and read over this forum and from what I can see so far is the aerial is powered?

My question which can't be found on any topic I've read through is..

Where on the loom does this BLUE lead connect?

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Blue wire needs connecting to +12v to power the cars aerial amplifier. Any switched supply will do, I connected mine to the remote wire on the headunit. This normally switches an additional amplifier on and off.
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Ok thanks, the rem Lead on the head unit, is that build in the iso
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