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Tools to remove the OE radio. You may need an installation kit if the the OE radio was one of GMs big bulky radios. And I strongly recommend an adapter harness. You get this and you won't have to cut the OE plug off. The adapter harness connects to your aftermarket radio's harness and plugs directly to the OE harness on the car.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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