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Connecting the ktp 445a to stock fiat 500 radio

Connecting the fiat 500 stock unit to the KTP445a wiring does not plug and play

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Wal Mart has the Complete Amp Install Kit. You will need this. Go to Schoche.com and Locate an RCA Jack Converter. It is a Blue Box that cuts in to the Rear Speaker Wires and Supplies the RCA Jacks that you will need for this Installation.

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you can find what you need at www.the12volt.com under vehicle wiring.

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check here and make sure that you have power coming into the harness, if not back track it to the fuse http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/Ford-Wiring.asp you want to look at this one Standard 2 Piece Harness Up To Late 1990's

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