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Old 01-09-2008, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default 2000 SSEi - GMOS-09 connections

I'm trying to get my wiring situated with my JVC KW-XG700 deck along with the Metra GMOS-09 wiring harness. I've got everything hooked up except the remote turn ons. One connection is to be made for the amp turn on and another for the antenna turn on. Problem is that the deck only has one remote wire. Is it ok to connect both blue wires from the harness to the one blue wire from the deck?
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the "and/or" seals the deal.

Yes, it will be fine.
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Awesome, thanks Haro! I kept telling myself that it would be fine but I just had to make sure.
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Let us know if it works. I have had sooo many problems with it I just said screw redoing the whole audio system. Should be done on Sat.
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Will do Vince. I'm just waiting for my mounting brackets and SWI-JACK from eBay to show up, along with finding some free time to tear into it.
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I hooked mine up and it shorted out my battery. I hooked everything up right, and this isn't my first install by far. I don't know what I did wrong. Is there anyway you and send me a wiring diagram? Thanks
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Just search for it on the forum like Monsoon wiring diagrams or GMOS-09 there is wiring diagrams in there I just dont have the time to look for them right now. Seriously, Its going to be a pain trying to figure it out using a GMOS there is another connector that I "Heard" works but I forgot what it was called. Search for that also.
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What schematics are you using to wire this up? Can you post them here?
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Here'* the one for the Metra GMOS-09...
http://documents.victorytechnologies...ct/GMOS-09.pdf
I also am putting in the PAC SWI-JACK that gives me this for instructions...
http://www.pac-audio.com/swixprogram...Vehicles&ID=13
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Would it hurt the factory amplifier if I would just cut and slice the speakers in instead of using the preamp outputs? Actually I had Best Buy install it for me and that'* what they did. They cut and spliced from the speakers leads out of the CD player directly into the ribbon cable. Is this a bad thing or what? It sounds really good, but could it be damaging or is it just a possibility?
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