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What adapter to get for toyota tape player

I am removing the old toyoata tape player and trying to replace it with a panasonic cd player. The connections at the back are different. It looks like it need some kind of adapter,
Could you advise me on what type i need and where i can get it from.

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Any auto parts or car stereo sales & service place should have what you need. Just explain your going from your type of car, to what stereo you bought.

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