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Ok my explorer was broken into and they stole my cd player but cut my factory wiring harness off so i need help hooking up another cd player to the factory wires without the plug

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I suggest you go to a junk yard find another 2000 Explorer. Cut the radio wires and plug out of that truck. Then just match up the colors and attach that plug to your truck. I would suggest soldering the wires together to avoid problems down the line. Good Luck!

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