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Old 04-15-2006, 05:05 PM   #1
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I need to get a wiring harness for my car...which models are compatable?

I need one that keeps the dim feature and antenna up/down.

for installing my HU
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you need to get a 94+ ECC.

read up your interested in the ECC stuff not the radio

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...hlight=dimming
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I would think that you could also run a seperate wire for your dimming feature...just take the dim signal from your center console gear light (orange wire) and all should be good
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Wait, so is there a way to get an aftermarket deck to dim w/ your dash lights?
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Wait, so is there a way to get an aftermarket deck to dim w/ your dash lights?
there sure is....simply hook it up and if the radio has the ability..it will.

When I hooked up the radio in the 95 and 97 I found I needed extra wires and bought another harness. If you need a couple extra wires and get the same brand harness...I'd send you some.

edit: The power antenna...there was a wire from my new HU for this. The factory amp I turned on by using the amp turn on wire from the new HU
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