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Wiring from a kenwood kdc mp332 to a clarion rdb245d

Hi,
I am trying to get my sons stock radio clarion rdb245d/w original wire harness with connector, the person who owned before had a kenwood kdc mp 332,
the previous owner told him the radio would be plug and pay!!! NOT!!!!.

Ihave the wiring diagram for the kenwood I lost my wiring digram for the clarion, I was thinking to splice the wires from the kenwood to the clarion.

Please help!!! my son is driving me nuts!!!!!

Thank You, Patricia

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    Mitch May 11, 2010

    I'm unsure what you're asking.... Are you trying to put the Clarion INTO the car? does it have the wiring harness attached or are you looking for one? Are the connectors still on the wires coming out of the dash or have they been cut? What kind of car is it going in?

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And the standard radio diagram is

yellow 12v battery

red 12v accessory

black earth

blue/white amp rem

blue power antenna

orange/white illumination

white fr left +

white/black fr left -

grey fr right +

grey/black fr right -

green rear left +

green/black rear left -

purple rear right +

purple/black rear right -

that should help u

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