Question about Car Audio & Video
First, make sure you have the right plug in your radio, does it look right? if it does, than buy a wire harness for your particular vehicle from best buy, circuit city, or any stereo shop, this will connect to the plug in the back of your pioneer, making sure you seal up all the connections between wires. The package the purchased wiring harness came in will have coresponding colors and locations for each wire, and the wires themselves might be printed the same way. Its not too hard, just be sure to wire'em up correctly. good luck
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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