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I need help with installing my radio in my car i am not getting any power and i do not have the money to pay for someone to put it in

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I just installed this radio today. I found that using a wiring harness for my car really simplified it. You can usually find one at an auto parts store or sometimes WalMart. Mine cost me $10. It has a list of what wire is for what, so you just match it up with the same specifications on your stereo wires (there is a tag on each wire that tells what it is for). Hope this helps!

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