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Yes, it is possible. There is no "special harness" that allow this to be done any easier or safer. If you have a proper wiring harness for the radio that doesn't expose any bare wires or involve cutting up your car's original wires, it's pretty safe to do. You just unplug the old radio and plug the new one in place. But no matter what kind of wiring harness you have, it's always better and safer to disconnect your battery to keep anything from shorting out.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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