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My radio wires were cut in my 2004 hyundai accent. I bought a new radio at fry's but i have more wires in my car than i do my new jvc kd-r300!

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  • gabriellecoo Jan 27, 2009

    i don't have money to go take it in i need some how to put a 2004 accent with exposed wires and a new jvc kd-r300 together

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Go to an electrician....
or else try putting insulation tapes on the wires which were cut...

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this is easy to do and you musnt be scared.first find 12v permanent ,then 12v switchable,ground ,ignore electric aerial which is normally blue or yellow use a piece of twin flex connected to battery and flash speakers so you know which is where,good clue is speakers have same coloured wires but one has a black or white flash through it .And away you go music

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this is easy to do and you musnt be scared.first find 12v permanent ,then 12v switchable,ground ,ignore electric aerial which is normally blue or yellow use a piece of twin flex connected to battery and flash speakers so you know which is where,good clue is speakers have same coloured wires but one has a black or white flash through it .And away you go music

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My radio wires are cut! and i went a head and bought a jvc but there are more wires in my car than on the radio!! and they have very different colors!!! jvc kd-r300 and a 2004 Hyundai Accent please help...


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