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WHAT THE PURPLE AND WHITE CABLE GOES?

I whan to connect a gps receiver but idon't know where the cables purple and white, and also the light green wires go?

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Here is the installation manual

http://www8.garmin.com/manuals/KNAG510_InstallationManual.pdf
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Good luck

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