Question about Car Audio & Video
The very easiest thing to do is to go to a local car stereo installer's shop and ask for help. I am sure you will find someone who will just give you what you need. Plugs are all standard plugs, There are many different ones but the most common are both cheap and easy to get and they will have them and best of all they will be familiar with everything you want to know about the stereo. PS: the power and ground should be indicated on a lable on the stereo so the polarity will not be a problem.
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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