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Pioneer keh-4646 speaker schematic

I have a pioneer in dash cassette receiver which I need the wiring schematic to properly connect the wiring. Can you help?

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  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2007

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Please click HERE to see a generic wiring guide for aftermarket radios.

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