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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The trick is find the adapter which plugs into the original radio's harness. In the automotive world, these adapters are vehicle specific and readily available. The adapter plugs into the original radio's harness and the wires on the adapter are the same colors as the wire colors on the new after market radio's plug. So it's a matter of connecting yellow to yellow ,etc.
I was unable to locate adapters for boat radios, or radio pin outs . I would think they are available as the automotive adapters are.
I suggest you go to a local marine supply store and ask if they carry radio adapters for after market radios. You can also try doing a web search. It may work if you can come up with the name and model number of the original radio in the boat, and try a search using that info....
Posted on Jun 03, 2014
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