Question about Car Audio & Video
There are adapter plugs available for most models of vehicle that simply plug in to the dash wiring of your vehicle. Then you simply connect the color coded wires to the ones on the aftermarket stereo you are installing. It saves a great deal of time and is much safer than trying to figure it out on your own and risking frying your stereo or damaging your car.
You haven't listed the make and model of vehicle, if you do I can get you a part number for the adapter plug you need.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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