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I'm trying to change my factory stereo from my 2002 trailblazer to sony CDX GT575UP

I have universal adapter for it. I need someone who knows what wire color goes to what wire color, thanks

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You would be better off going to local car sound dealer and getting a wire conversion kit for that car to suit the stereo then no wires need to be cut and can easily be changed back

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