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Looking for the color codes to the stereo system. Installing a new stereo.

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  • Christopher Mahley Feb 06, 2010

    If I wanted to spend money on a chilton, I would have bought one. I came here expecting an answer, not a direction to go elsewhere. Thank you for not helping at all.

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Get an adapter for it! That way you dont have to cut wires and if you want to sell the car and keep the stereo, you dont have to go through a big hassle to remove and replace the original. The maker of your stereo should have or the seller should have a piece that goes right into the existing plugs and does it all for you. If not go to an autoparts store and look for a chiltons or haynes manual on the car and look in the electrical section for the diagram for the wires to the stereo.

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