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Old 04-29-2007, 06:14 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how to find out if my wiring harness would work on a newer Pioneer deck? Mine is a DEH-17 (about 9 months old) and I'm thinking about upgrading to a new one (DEH-1900, I think it'* called) and want to know if my old wiring harness will work on the new deck so I won't have to have it wired up again. Hoping I can just plug the new one in and it'll be ready to go.
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the connectors in the back should be the same. You could just google both radios and look at the pictures of the connectors.
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