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I need the color of the wires and which ones are negative and which are positive for a stereo in 2004 hyundai santa fe

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  • Step 2:Pull out the ashtray and remove the two screws that connect the bezel around the radio. Pull off the climate control knobs and remove the two screws at the top of the bezel trim.

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