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Do u guys think i can install my new jvc radio into my car

I need to know if i can install my new jvc into my 2001 for explorer or if i should take it somewhere

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No you can do it have you done it before? its just plugs you cannot get it wrong give it a go! got nothing to loose (do you have the code for your current radio as once un plugged you cannot put it back in with out the code it will not work) if the plugs dont fit together you can buy the plugs or just do what i do and cut and f****** things off and solder them strait in! stops theevs too (sorry i am a auto electrician like jobs to be done correctly.

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