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Sirius radio looking for wiring diagram for sirius sportster 4 satellite radio .........cliff

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Cliff, If you mean a schematic then u are going to have a tough time finding that. It is manufactured by Directed Electronics, so you might try to contact them, but they might not be willing to divulge that info.

Good luck!

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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