Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
You can splice one wire at a time instead of cutting them all at once. Just cut one wire, splice the same wire from the old connecter to the new one. You can identify which pin is which by using a multimeter to find 12 volts and use it set to continuity to see what pin is connected to the wire you just cut.
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