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Old 03-02-2006, 12:16 AM   #1
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Hey guys, I've been lookin all over the net for the past couple weeks looking for answers, and decided to come here, since I can always find some kind of help from you wonderful people.

Buddy of mine sold me his Clarion VRX935VD head unit, 7" touchscreen DVD head unit with hideaway brain, but no wires. I'm wondering if any of you out there have one, and could tell me what I need? Please help! =)
From what I've seen so far I need the cable that runs from the brain to the head unit, is there anything else? Thanks!
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yes you might wanna search Ebay or contact Clarion for the wires that run from the HU to the Brain....thoes wires are really improtant (but you knew that)
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Yeah, I've checked ebay, sounddomain, and a few other sites..No such luck. I can order them from Clarion but I don't know what ones I need, and the stupid people won't tell me. -.-;
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its is gonna be VERY hard to find those wires... most places dont wanna sell them because they fear the unit is stolen... how did your buddy get it?
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>D He bought it brand new and professionally installed in his truck. He had a wreck on his way into town, ironically, to meet up with me to buy my old cell phone since the outside display on his had broken. So, insurance covered it all, he pulled out the head unit and hideaway, but since he had a broken foot at the time didn't get to yank out the wires before the insurance company towed it away. Sold it to me for 150 dollars plus the cell phone..great deal, if I can find the wires. =-)
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