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Replacing my stereo harness? or getting it to fit my aftermarket

I cut the stereo harness for my 2001 impala how can i replace it or how can i get the wires to fit my aftermarket stereo

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Should go to any local junkyard to get the stock harness, or you can decipher and splice each vehicle wire to the appropriate wire on the stereo. If it was me, i'd go the junkyard route, much easier in the long run.

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