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I accidentally cut my factory wiring harness what do i do

I accidentally cut my factory wiring harness leaving only wires coming out of my deck how can i wire it. I have no idea which wires which. By the way i have a 1998 sunfire

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    can't help u on this one buddy.

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IF SO MATCH THEM UP WITH EACH OTHER AND ARE THE WIRES COLOR CODED>IF SO MATCH THEM BACK UP AND GO FROM THERE

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