I have a 86 buick and i want to hook a deh-p6400 pioneer up to it,but the cords are different on the car,there are 3 conecters atacheched to the car that hook up to the old radioso i dont know what to do. theres only one for the new radio. can u please help me?
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Re: 86 buick century
Go to a car stereo store and buy an adapter plug it will plug into the plugs in your dash then all you have to do is match the wire colors from your radio to the colors on the adapter..........i believe some walmart stores carry these
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you can buy one at the pioneer website in accessories parts. but if you are talking about a wiring harness that wires directly into the existing wiring harness for the car then you can get one of those at any local car audio shop. or walmart sells them cheap.
check were the speakers are installed for pre existing wiring they probly left it there.. if not then you will have to run speaker wire from your stereo wiring harness to your speakers. if the speakers were hooked up to the amp then the wire in the harness should be vacant and you can use it if all the wires are connected then that means that you just have to find were that wire leads and hook your speakers up to it.
If the factory harness is still in tact, you can buy an adapter at Best Buy for about 20$ or ask to see one and write down the pins and wires then match it up and cut n splice to your new deck. Hope this helps