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Be carefull here and make sure you buy the right adaptor bits as these cars use a speed control to increase volume and if you get it wired up wrong it will cause problems with all sorts of things from autobox gear changes to lights appearing on the dash .but if its an older model you may even find the plug fits into cable end for the new one as they are all universal ,but they will not fit directly into the new one i dont think

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