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Wire harness diagram

Where could i find a wire diagram for the wires for the plug that goes in the back of the stereo my boyfriend is trying to change the stereo and had to get a new plug for it and dont know how to put the wires back together

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Re: wire harness diagram will give you the cars wires, u may want to just by a harness adapter, cutting wires=bad


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