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Wiring I feel like such a girl! The last time I installed this changer was 3 years ago and I don't remember having any problems, Now I need to transfer it to my 95 lincoln town car and u would think I didn't know the difference between a hot wire and an antenna. 2 questions: Do I need an adapter for my fm antebba (won't fit) and is so were do I get one? Where do I splice (if I need 2 splice) into my power at? PLEASE HELP ME! Raina

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Well on cd changers and cd players belive it or not the yellow wire is power and the red is a remote turn on yellow to the battery and red to a fuse under the dash or a remote wire from the cd player an di have no idea bout thecar never messed wit them u could go to wall mart and look at the book they have there for cars and see if u do or not let me no if i could help

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