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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok here is what you need to install>>>>you will need an install kit which is for the after market stereo to fit in the space your factory one was in also you will need the WIRE HARNESS for that year and model of vehicle...sometimes when you buy the insatll kit it will come with one....once you get that all you have to do is remove the stock radio and then wire the wires from harness to your wires on aftermarket radio and just plug the harness into the black picece behind dash
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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