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I have a pioneer head unit (DEH-P6900IB), which i bought second hand but i have no ISO wiring harness tofit into the back, do you know the model number of this or where i can etone from? Thanks.

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Your local pep boys will have them. if they dont, take it to any car audio installation place.

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