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No wireing harness

I was switching the cd player out of one car and into the other when the factory wire harness fell off and broke. i like the cd player but for a new harness durabrand wants $25. i was wondering if anyone had ane extra one laying around send me price thanks

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Re: No wireing harness

Ok everyone,

If your looking for an answer for this I hope this helps.

The connector on the back of the Duraband receiver is the same design as the connector used on
most computer power supply connectors for the motherboard.

You can cut off the old connector for the PC power supply, and then cut off as many extra pins as
needed so it will fit into the back of the receiver.

Only thing is you will need to re-label each wire according to your old harness that may be damaged.
If ANYONE has the existing harness, and would like to tell us which pin goes to which color, this would be great. Most of the receivers have a color code on the case bottom, but it doesn't identify which color corresponds to which pin... please help...


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