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Need to replace the main wiring "harness" that connects all electrical components

I need to replace the main wiring "harness" component on a Vm9510 system. To be honest,...I have no idea what this part is called. However,...it's the "main wiring component" that plugs into the tuner unit,...and which has all of the wiring connections that connnect the VM9510 to the antenna,...and to the battery,...and to the ground connection,...etc. From what I can tell from the picture of this unit in the product manual,...there are 11 separate wiring connections coming out of the base piece.

If you understand what I've tried to describe above,...then it will be GREATLY appreciate if you would please answer the following questions:

1. What is this "wiring harness" actually called?
2. Where can I buy it?
3. And, if you know,...what do you think it may cost?

Thank you very much for your help.

Regards,.............................................................j.b.

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  • Anonymous Jan 28, 2008

    wiring

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2008

    jenson vm9510 main wiring need one.

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Codes Description Action
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