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Old 12-07-2007, 12:37 PM   #1
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Ive been looking for the wireharness to install a radio in my car.Circuit city has em for 110 bucks i think, but there the only place retail that i could seem to find it..Any sites or linnks to where i could order it...I have the radio in now but if i wire direct to the cars harness and the radio wires and have both sets of orange and yellow wires together(constant and illum) and then connected my dash and parking lights will stay on in i turn off the car, i have to take out the radio fuse to get the dash and stuff off.., wht can i do or did i wire wrong on a wire? anyhelp would be great
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It sounds like you ran a separate power to your new stereo. You just wire each wire of the stereo to each wire in the cars harness. IF the car has multiple wires doing the same thing you DO NOT connect them al together, just use one or the other. When you connect the cars wires together they will power eachother, which would cause what your experiencing.
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I believe the webite is Metra.com. They have a 1-800 number you can call, if you prefer talking to them directly. They can tell you the part number you need.

I ordered my harness from a store in Florida call Lafayette Radio. I believe they also have a site just add .com. They had the cheapest pricing and you get it in like two or three days.

My organizer died or I would have this info for you.

Good luck and happy hunting

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the website youre referring to is metraonline.com check that website for the part you need then order it from installer.com. thats what i did anyway for my 00 se. got the harness, single din adapter and antennae adapter from installer.com, and everything works perfect!

heres a link for your specific car: http://metraonline.com/vehicleguide.aspx
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