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Old 06-18-2014, 02:05 AM   #1
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Default Stereo wiring problem

Hey guys, i have a 1995 ford f150 extended cab flareside and i was wiring my stereo system the other day and i didnt know which one goes where. Ive looked for wiring diagrams all over the internet and nothing seems so match my trucks wires. Any help or tips gladly accepted
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You can buy an adapter harness that plugs into the existing wiring. Hacking up the original wiring will run you into trouble if you don't know that you are looking at. When you plug in the after market harness its all color coordinated to almost any after market radio deck. Adapter harnesses are sold at almost any Wall Mart, Best Buy, Future shop or audio/electronic store there is. They are about 5-8$ on Amazon or Ebay.
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