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Wish to install a pioneer cd/radio in a 89 honda civic

There is a harness back there but all the wires were cut. All I know for sure is that there is a black wire going to ground, and which are the speaker wire pairs. The back of the cd/radio has a couple of sockets which say 'L' and 'R' Probably go to the speakers, right?
There is a fairly thick white wire - could it be the power/hot wire?
So to start at the beginning there are no plugs to plug into the 'L' and 'R' sockets, but when I get them do they use both of the wires coming from each speaker?

Thanks for you patience

Ron.

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    Mark G May 11, 2010

    Whats the model of the Pioneer radio?

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    DarkmanUK


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