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I would like to know what harness & Kit i need to install radio

Installing a radio, but dont want to chop wires. what is the kit for wiring, and a mounting kit too. 1989 modle.

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#70-1858 Wire Harness
#99-3101 (with A/C) #99-3102 (w/O A/C) Kit
Also a mini gm to standard antenna adapter is required.
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