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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hope the dog is well. Best to go to hardware store and buy a plug to replace yourself. Is it two wires, or three? Is it round or flat cable? Also if this is a continuos problem you might want to get a length of metal clad cable to put over the cord before you put the new plug on.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
I have to say it, so let's get it out of the way; there are many professionals in your area who are capable of doing this for you. Whether it be Car Stuff or a Land Rover dealership, you can expect to have everything put just the way you want. But I have solved this problem myself once...
I have run into this problem on my Nissan Maxima. My solution was a bit extreme and involved quite a bit of butchery. You may decide to do something else. What I did was cut the connector off(to the original stereo) of the cart and spliced the power wires together. Then I turned on the unit and put in my favorite cd, adjusted balance to the front-left and touched wires together to figure out which was the proper speaker wire. Then did the same for front-right, rear-left, and rear-right. After figuring out the proper way to wire it in, I went back and installed ****-end connectors(wire nuts will work, but take up more space) and re-wrapped with electrical tape, making sure there were no wires or metal to ground out. If you do decide to cut the connector from the vehicle, leave enough wire on the connector so it can be reinstalled at a later date, 2-4 inches of room to work with(just in case you need to reinstall original stereo unit).
Think long and hard about if you decide to make this work. It is dangerous to modify a vehicles electrical system due to a RISK OF FIRE . Let me say it again--there are professional automotive audio people in your area who can do this. Check with Best-Buy.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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