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How do wire a car stereo in a Daewoo Lanos R reg 1400 cc?

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Ok i am having the same task at hand i need to wire my sony stereo (XR-4750RDS).

I know the fueses are located below the passenger side door on a little 4x4 inch panel which clips off.

Any other suggestions would be highly appreciated.

James

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