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You will need a wiring diagram for the car so to identify what wire does what ie power wire, speakers wires etc, then join those to the same wires on the new unit

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Q: How do you put a new radio-cassette player in your car if the previous owner removed the old one and cut the wires and wrapped them in electrical tape?
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