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Cannot find wiring harness

I am looking for a replacement wiring harness for the mtv-auto head unit. I cannot find one anywhere and nobody seems to know where i can locate the manufacturer to purchase one. Thisis the female 20 pin harness that connects to the brain of the unit for speaker connections and power. Any idea where i can find one?

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HEY THERE. I'M HAVING A SIMILIAR PROBLEM. I CAN'T GET A REMOTE. THE NUMBER FOR THE MANUFACTURER IS
(323)-588-2999. I HOPE YOU HAVE BETTER LUCK THAN I DID.
ALLEN

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

  • sharon boyers Nov 23, 2013

    yours is audiovox? ive checked most stores like best buy, car tunes, sears but cant find the power wiring harness.

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The web site is mtv-video.com there's a number on there is 1-323-588-2999

Posted on Sep 21, 2007

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