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Installing an Alpine MRP-M500 into my Jeep Lib 02. Need to know the connections of the Jeep's radio harness verses the Amps female adapters. What parts are needed to blend the 2 and where can I get them?

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Instead of cutting into your vehicle original harness, places like Best Buy sell the harness adapters for about $20 and you **** connect them to your radio and plug it into your vehicles harness. this way it doesn't mess with any grounds or security systems built into the car. It can also mess with the lighting if not careful.

Posted on May 09, 2010

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    Kori Policy May 11, 2010

    If you would like, I can send you a a03 Jeep Liberty service manual(from Crysler) with the wiring diagrams in it.

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    Kori Policy Jun 04, 2010

    Maybe this didn't sound right. I can electronically send you the manual so you would have the wiring for the entire vehicle and for any future repairs. It's not going to cost you anything and I don't wany anything in return. I have a passion for things being done properly, so if I can help do accomplish this, I will. Let me know if you may need it. It would have to be emailed since this is a rather large publication and my email can be found throughout my profile. I don't "sell" ANYTHING. If you need it, ask.

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