Question about Car Audio & Video
If you purchased your new stereo out-of -the -box factory fresh, then it should have a plug set which plugs into the back of the new stereo. If your old car stereo plug is still connected to the all the wires(that is the plug that the car radio plugs into), then -
The easy way to hook up new stereo to old connector is buy an adapter plug that will match the old plug with the new plug. You will have to connect the wires from the new plug to the old plug ,but that is easy because both plugs have the same color wires.
Go to ' installer .com' and you should be able to find the right plug. Hope this helps...
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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