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No plug for my kenwood car cd player got one now but i need to insert the red live and the ground myself dont have a clue an i dont want to blow the set the model kdc.8090r

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To find the positive wire for your stereo you should really be using a multi meter. you can pick up one relatively cheap at any Hobby Electronics store. If you are still unsure then I really think you should get someone who has installed a car audio system before to help you.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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