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I need the color code for the radio of a olds eighty eight

Im trying to hook up a new cd player but my colors dont match

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No & they usually don't. One of the easiest & cleanest ways of doing it, is to go to auto supply store or stereo store & buy the adapter harness. Few bucks saves many headaches & makes it easy & clean to switch back if you sell the vehicle.

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djmac62 is also an excellent answer

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