Question about Car Audio & Video
Metra makes wire harnesses for your problem. If your wire harness is, 70-5555 the part that goes into the OEM radio will be 71-5555
Try www.metraonline.com and put in the car info. The harness will come with wire codes for splicing the new plug.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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