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My stereo was almost stolen, but I woke up in time....the cut my cord that connects to my car, what is it called and is it repairable???? I live in San Jose, is there a local repair shop

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It sound like it is your din cable or you can call it the date cable

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Visit your local junkyard. They have almost everything if not Ebay or Google. Good luck.

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