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AIWA CDC-x227 CDPlayer

Looking at the back of the unit -top side up I need to know the wireing hookup to voltages,ground,speakers etc. I lost my 12 pin connector when I moved (after taking it out of my old car which I rolled) and cannot rehook it up because the new connector I found has different colored wires. I would really appreciate some info or knowledge of a source to acquire this info. I will be anxiously waiting-Thankyou Very Much Sincerely Vince Rinchiuso

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Re: AIWA CDC-x227 CDPlayer

GO to WallMart, Kmart, Radio Shack, etc. and get a new connector adapter (plug)...they're reasonably priced, have them for all make/models of cars, and make installing a car stereo a breeze! When you get the one for your specific car, the wiring instructions are quite easy to follow! :-)

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