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Jeep grnd chero limtd 95 wires have attached plug that belongs to another type of radio i bought a OEM jeep radio for my year however it has 2 connectors on back of unit what now??

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Go to a salvage yard and get the two original plugs, one is grey and the other is black. Make sure to get the wires as long as possible. Then remove the wires from the plug in the car and splice to the same wire on the harness you bought at the salvage yard. You will also need to attach the ground wire to the bolt on the back of the radio. The ground is either a large braided wire or a single black wire. Make sure you have the right radio, if the Infinity name plate is on the speaker locations, then you need an infinity factory radio.

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