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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For this end of the plug: I would plug the other end of the KTP-445 directly into it and match the color of the wires off the other plug, remember to write them down, but most of the wires look like standard plug wires on most stereo plugs. When this is complete you should be able to snip this end off. Then wire it the wiring harness inside the dash (using the notes you took on the wire colors)
This end of the plug looks to have all the standard wires that most after market stereos have, clip this end off and wire it to the wiring harness on your current stereo. (You may not use all the wires, just tape them off because you probably won't need them anyway)
This is just my opinion on how it would be done, I have not tried this myself. But since most aftermarket stereos have the same kind of wire set up I do believe this could work.
If you decide to try it, please give some feedback so others can figure out how to do this also.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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