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16 pin innerconnecting cable

When i pulled the main unit out of my dash ,the yellow wire (battery)  and the black wire (ground) pulled out of the 16 pin interconnecting cable,which is the plug that goes right into the back of the main unit.... Do you know where i can find a picture of the pin location?   please help ,thank you

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I just went through that same problem, with the pins disengaging from the clip itself. if you reuse the same plug, it might come out again when its installed. my solution is just to get a new wire harness. i got my's for less then 20 bucks shipped to me.

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