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GO PURCHASE THE WIRE HARNESS ADAPTER FOR THE CAR FROM PEPBOYS AND THEN EVERYTHING IS COLOR CODED FROM THAT CLIP TO THE RADIO CLIP DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CUT THE STOCK CLIP OFF FOR THE $15 UR GONNA SAVE IT IS NOT WORTH IT
I'd recommend getting a new plug-in harness either from the manufacturer or from an aftermarket source.
Installer.com sells harnesses for most brands. And if you give them your vehicle make and model, they'll solder two harnesses together and make you a custom plug-in solution. The cost is only $7.50 to connect the harnesses, about half the cost of a soldering iron and heat shrink or a pack of good inline crimps and crimping tool.
You should have gotten a plug-in harness with your new Alpine. To avoid cutting or tapping the wires on your vehicle, you need to purchase an aftermarket wiring harness. It appears that the Metra 70-1782 is the correct one for the 1990 Prizm.
Then you simply match up the wires on your Alpine harness with the Metra harness. The wiring color code for the harness is shown on the bottom left of the "description" tab and matches up with the Alpine color code on page 18 of your owners manual.
The Apple iPhone 3G, iPod Nano 4th Gen, iPod Touch 2nd Gen, and any
other newly released iPods can be controlled using the iPod adapter
above; however, charging will not be possible unless you purchase the Scosche IFWA PassPORT charging adapter.