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Installation How hard would it be to splice/cut the wires on my car and hook them up to my stereo (jensen Mp5610) also is there anyways i can find out what wire goes where? thanks

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You are better off getting the wire harness for your vehicle goto circuit city they will have the wire harness you need and the smart cable for the jensen head unit so there will be no cutting just plug it in and go what is the make and model and year of your car ?

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