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Help!! i have a 05 dodge magnum and i had my jvc hooked up to it all the wire seems to be connected but when i go to cut it on the power stays on for a couple of seconds then turns on but the clock is still running. please help

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You need a special mod to install a aftermarket radio in this car contact your local best buy or Circuit city for the part

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