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Kenwood cd kdc 215s

I got this cd player for a my benz 400sel 1993 and the benz has an amp so theres no speaker wires. I'm trying to use an ohmeter to find the speakers to get sound. I get the unit to power up just fine. One other thing is which one is the wire to turn on the amp?

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Contact a stereo shop. they should be able to get you an adapter that will interface it with the amp.

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