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Trying to install a delco cd/tape/radio delco from my regular delco tape/radio

I'm trying to install a newer model delco cd/tape/radio in my 95 cadillac deville but my wires is totally different from my older version of the delco tape/radio. That came in my car

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  • yukon45427 Dec 25, 2008

    i have a 97 yukon 4x4 the radio plug fit but someone had cut the cd player connector off it. i have the plug that came out of the old car but the wire coating is different so i cant splice them back together any ideas anyone? thanks for your help

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