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Old 07-29-2009, 09:38 PM   #1
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I bought my bonneville used with aftermarket cd but the dummy cut the stock wire harness and straight wired it
So I need the original radio plug with as much wire on it as possible for a
03 to 05 am/fm/cd player with steering wheel controls please email [email protected] if you can help

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Old 07-30-2009, 08:23 AM   #2
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There was no plug in that year. It was a lock and dock setup. Looks totally different than the old style setups.
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Well I need the plastic piece that plugs up to the back of the radio to match up the original wires
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Question Still need help

I still have not been able to find a way to put my stock radio back in wondering if anybody knows some about the 03-05 radio wiring to help me out. i dont have the plug that plugs into the back of the radio so i need that because the aftermarket wires dont match up like i figured they would. it would be best if i could get the plug with wires still on it but i can make the aftermarket one work if i knew what wires are which.

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I still have not been able to find a way to put my stock radio back in wondering if anybody knows some about the 03-05 radio wiring to help me out. i dont have the plug that plugs into the back of the radio so i need that because the aftermarket wires dont match up like i figured they would. it would be best if i could get the plug with wires still on it but i can make the aftermarket one work if i knew what wires are which.
Hi if you need to wire and aftermarket radio ussually the orginal speakers wires from your car are in pair colors example ( 2 wires green,2 wires purple,2 wires white,2 wires grey) in a total of 8 wires wich they are 2 per channel positive and negative, they are ussualy together. And for the Positive+ and Negative- Wires they are easy you need to use a DC tester that has a light that will light up when you touch a positive+ with one side and negative- the other side, the negative cable is always black and the positive is red or orange then there is an extra cable that should be yellow that cable what it does is whe you turn the key full backwards or in run it completes a circuit and let you turn on the radio this would be if you are installing and aftermarket radio if you are installing the oem radio on your can you will need the original plugs
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yes i want to re install the original radio in the car so does anyone know where i can get the original plug
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Take a look at Auto Parts Fast at RockAuto They have most everything there.
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i found something that might work but the wires still wont match up so my best bet is to find a junked bonneville if anyone knows where a 03-05 is please let me know.
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Or i will drive anywhere near Mississippi if anyone knows someone that can straight wire the aftermarket cd player back in
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Have you tried going to a auto salvage yard and picking one up there?

That way you could have extra length and the install would be easier.
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