Installing a subwoofer - the Remote wire

Audio, ICE, Speakers, Head Unit, CD, CD Multi changer. If you have a question about any Citroen C3 related Audio, then this is the place.

Please indicate if there is a Citroen CD multi-changer, drawer or cubby under the CD/Radio, if there is the Navigation unit, CD or Radio options.
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Good point. None of the diagrams I have show an aerial amp powered from the radio, on our 2004 there isn't a wire in the Citroen radio connector corresponding to the position on the ISO adaptor I used but ... if there's a chance that this wire might need to be powered then better to connect it.

I think samueldog is using a Connects2 adaptor. I have a spare one at home so I can check if the remote wire is actually connected through the Connects2 harness. From memory I think is was, but when I was having problems with power drain I cut the wire in case it was connecting to anything 'non-standard' in the Citroen wiring. The radio works fine without it on ours.
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