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I have a 2010 international prostar eagle big rig, the o/e radio sux, I want 2 install an alpine with sirius and blue tooth I'm having a hard time finding either a wiring harness 2 work, or the schematics 4 the truck so I get the and - correct on the speakers, I don't want to damage them they r ok 4 now. Can u help?

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Go here for wiring harness for your stereo, they also have anything else you need for any heavy duty truck stereo

http://www.bigrigstereo.com/harness_plug_and_play.html

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