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STEREO WONT WORK

THE IGNITION SWITCH WAS REPLACED ON MY 94 CAMARO AND NOW MY DECK WONT WORK? I THINK I NEED THE WIRING HARNESS GUIDE?

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Go to your local chevy dealer and talk to them see if they cant give you a diagram for the car or you can buy a chiltons book at any auto parts store for about 20,00

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