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Old 08-29-2007, 05:06 PM   #11
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and triton, i was goin to let a stereo shop deal with all that because i just dont want to fool with it
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I was thinking the same thing as far as letting a stereo shop do it unless you want to drive it to Florida and let me do it....lol
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thats just one place that i dont have any knowledge about, i can do speakers and a cd player when all i have to do is take out the factory and put in the aftermarket, and when its a short distance to run the wires, like in my cutty i took out the factory dash speakers, and cut holes in my door panel to put in some 6.5" pioneers
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Hello, I m new to the forum.

I would like to know if anyone has installed an aftermarket stereo (hed unit) and still have it wired to the steering wheel for full functionality?
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Welcome Nikita!!

I've done MANY aftemarket radios and to keep the functionality of the steering wheel controls you'll have to get a separate wiring harness unless it's included with the cd player that you're buying.
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