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Trying to get my JVC radio connected into my 2005 cavalier. I need a converter because the connection for the factory radio which is in right now doesn't fit into the port in the back of my JVC cdplayer. I was wondering if you could help me find the right part which would connect the two.

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Try your local electronic store, they might have the correct plug.

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