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No instalation manual electric arial wont extend been instaled as a replasement to original radio by previous owner of Prajero wires look like bunch of spagetti

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Please could you supply the make and model of the replacement radio and the model and year of your Mitsubishi Pajero. I'll then do my best to help you out.
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