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Has anyone had any difficulty with the radio removal and replacement for an 88 camaro irocz28? I purchased this car, then discovered the antenna cables were 'stuffed' underneath the console on the drivers side, causing to loose reception. So before I change out the radio, where is the antenna suppose to be plugged in at? It's the origional radio, but looks like the wires underneath were tampered with when the alarm system was put in. Any ideas?

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I have a 1990 iroc-z and i replaced the radio with an aftermarket radio. when i replaced the factory radio i had to do a little manuvering of the wires because of the alarm i had installed. the antenna wire is supposed to be ran under the PASSENGER side i dont understand why they are under the driver side.

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