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Car stereo how do install a stereo what color connects to what wire i have the harness that connects to the stereo but dont know what wires connect wear?

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Go to best buy and get the sub harness the connects to your radio and plugs in to your car. then all you have to do is match the colors of the radio to hte colors of the sub harness

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