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Having problems fitting Panasonic CQ-C1323NW car stereo into Ford Fiesta

Bought new leads (1 from car stereo wiring (a) to Panasonic lead (b), 1 new lead from Panasonic stereo(c)) but there's no power to the stereo when I attach them. There is only one plug with leads from Fiesta (a) but two with the lead (b) from that to the stereo lead (c). Sorry if I don't know the correct terms for these!

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  • psysassy Dec 06, 2007

    Finally found the 2nd lead in the car - it was black and tucked right inside - after a good bit of rummaging around I located it! Ta muchly - I now have sound!

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YOU SHOULD HAVE TWO LEADS IN THE CAR, ONE FOR POWER AND ONE FOR SPEAKERS, YOU WILL NEED A FORD TO ISO ADAPTOR LEAD AND THEN YOU WILL NEED THE LEAD WHICH CONNECTS TO THE PANASONIC RADIO

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