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Old 06-22-2004, 03:13 PM   #11
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yeah i would not use it for that. you should be using a wiring harness to connect to the old factory wiring and if you do that correctly you should not have a whine from that. if it worked for the factory with no whine then it will with the aftermarket radio as well
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yeah i would not use it for that. you should be using a wiring harness to connect to the old factory wiring and if you do that correctly you should not have a whine from that. if it worked for the factory with no whine then it will with the aftermarket radio as well
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