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A quick Google search came up with these guys:


I've run across their site before for other cars. They seem to be a good resource.

Please do this right, and safe. Solder and shrink wrap is best. But if you can't do that in the dash, use crimp connectors and a decent crimp tool (like Kline). Twisted wires and electrical tape is a failure waiting to happen. And a possible fire hazard too.

Good luck and enjoy your new stereo!
 

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I cant find the harness that has the same color wires that r in the car
Aftermarket harnesses have standardized colors. You can Google it. They will match your aftermarket stereo harness, but they will never match the factory wires. Every manufacturer has their own color schemes. The aftermarket harness is meant to plug into the factory plug, then solder or crimp onto your stereo's harness. But it won't match the factory colors.

If you Google the standardized colors, then at least you'll know which ones to connect to when you figure out what the factory colors go to.
 
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