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Trying to hook up cable to a raytheon r10 radar scanner.Needs wiring diagram to show where each wire goes.

Trying to hook up cable to a raytheon r10 scanner.Needs a wiring diagram to show me where each wire goes.

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Large Blk and Large Wht goes to 2a
Large Red goes to 1a
Grn goes to 1b
Blu goes to Bz
Coax goes to Vd
Wht (shielded) goes to Gs
yel goes to 33
Red Shielded goes to Bp
Brn (small) goes to pl
black shielded goes to tI
Large brown not used tape end fold back and secure to harness.

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