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Wiring the wires from the unit to the wires to the connecting harness

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What model of car is it you should be able to buy a harness to connect your new unit to the cars existing harness , if not you need to identify the wiring with a Multimeter dc setting to find your permanent 12 v and switched 12 volt and ohms to identify the existing speakers earth use your diode test tone to find the earth wire fit terminal blocks for connecting or solder and use shrink tubing if your not sure get an engineer to do this for you it doesn't take long to do and will not cost much if you wire wrong however it could cost you loads.

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