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I need a wire harness for my DEH-P7000BT headunit

I bount this on ebay without wire harness. I have the wire harness converter for my car but i need the one that connectes the power and speakers to the back of the unit. Ive tried searching the internet and tried calling around audio shops and no one has this. Its a 2008 version and it has 16 pins 8 top and 8 on bottom.. I have the harness for a peh-6800 my old unit and its too wide but thats a 2006 model. Anyone tell me what should i do. I have this bran new head unit and i cant even use it. I saw someone else had this same unit but i tried to check it and the ebay aution had ended. Please help me

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Contact pioneer here and ask them to send you one.
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/AboutPioneer/Contact+Us

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You need the Pioneer pi16-5 wiring harness. It can be found on Amazon, Crutchfield or Ebay for about 20.00.

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You can get it here for a lot less than ebay, amazon, and pioneer.
http://www.uneeksupply.com/view_product_details.php?pid=5156&s=DEH-P7000BT#fragment-2

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