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Car harness adapters can be purchased in Best Buy or Crutchfield just give them the make & year of your car. Try Metra and call to see if they still make Universal harnesses for JVC so you can connect it to a universal harness to your type of car. Just click them together to avoid soldering or taping with electrical tape.
I use to work for Circuit City Roadshop and they(METRA) only made it Exclusively for Circuit City and nobody else in 2008.
This is because you need to purchase the aftermarket-oem harness plug.This harness plugs into your original equipment radio harness and allows you to plug any aftermarket radio into the stock deck wires.After you plug the harness in you can then connect the radio wires together.Your local autoparts store or circuit city or best buy or audio express will have these radio conversion plugs.I hope I could help
I had an issue with a TV stand I purchased from Circuit City. Apparently this company was a subsidiary of CC and will not be able to help. If you read through the manuals they never imply having a warranty.
my reccomendation would be to pick up a wire harness at circuit city or best buy for $20-30. it will connect your cars wire harness to the radio without you having to do any wiring. but if you want to send me the yr, make and model of car, i will get that for you. thanks
Can purchased an adapter kit at Best Buy or Circuit City that is color cordinated with the factory wires for about 12.00. This will go right into the factory plug.
Radio 12v orange + radio harness Radio Ground black - radio harness Radio Ignition dk. green + radio harness Radio Illumination gray (dimmer) + radio harness Factory Amp Turn-on N/A Power Antenna N/A LF Speaker +/- tan - gray +,- radio harness RF Speaker +/- lt. green - dk. green +,- radio harness LR Speaker +/- brown - yellow +,- radio harness RR Speaker +/- dk. blue - lt. blue +,- radio harness Immobilizer Bypass Module: Required: Yes Type: Passlock 2 Part #: 457G, 555L, or 555T Notes: The Passlock 2 wire colors are yellow, orange/black, and red/white (not used).
First, make sure you have the right plug in your radio, does it look right? if it does, than buy a wire harness for your particular vehicle from best buy, circuit city, or any stereo shop, this will connect to the plug in the back of your pioneer, making sure you seal up all the connections between wires. The package the purchased wiring harness came in will have coresponding colors and locations for each wire, and the wires themselves might be printed the same way. Its not too hard, just be sure to wire'em up correctly. good luck
Best thing to do is purchase a Radio Wiring Harness. These can be purchased at a Store like Circuit City, Best Buy, WalMart (not sure of your location) or a 12 Volt Specialty shop.
This harness will connect to your new radio harness and plug directly into the vehicle harness without having to cut wires. The Radio Wiring Harness will come with color identification to match to your radio harness.