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Broken wiring harness

I broke the wiring harness that goes into the back of the car stereo and am not sure where to find a new one. I looked through the manual and there is no parts list or manufacturer phone number. Any ideas? Thanks!

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Ive had pretty good luck finding them on ebay. also a good reputable stereo shop should be able to help you out.

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