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You can remove the plugs and wire nut the wires together the plugs are just for convenience. You will need to read the wiring diagrams of both to know which wire goes where.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
If you leave the original plugs connected to the radio unit you will be able to get an adapter from a motor store. In the UK Halfords keep most types, in the US I don't know what similar stores you have but i would imagine Radio Shack or similar will keep the type you need. Take the radio unit with you so they can see the connectors on the unit - they will probablky be ISO fittings and then they will be able to advise the Range Rover fitting.
If they do not have a suitable adaptor, ask them to identifiy the connectors on the radio unit (DIN, ISO etc) and then ask your local Landrover/Range Rover dealer if they can supply an adaptor for you.
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Posted on Sep 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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