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stereo wiring harness..

Discussion in 'Car Audio / Security / Electronic Accessories' started by MthaFuknGreen, Dec 25, 2008.

  1. MthaFuknGreen

    MthaFuknGreen Green on the scene.

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    how do i remove the stereo wiring harness for the deck, do i have to pull out the wires to the speakers and such too?
    im bored so im gonna solder and put heat shrink tubing on the adapter from my deck to the harness to reduce distortion and the risk of oxidization.
     
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    the plastic harness that plugs directly into the radio?
    its a clip, press the clip and pull
     
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    lol
    no.
    the other end of it.

    i have the harness for the radio attached to the wires(i.e. power, ground speaker outs, acc..) with crimp connectors, and theres two sets of them because the guy before me used em installing a deck, and so did i.
    i wanna eliminate this clutter and boost the quality.
     
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    oh, and what kinda solder should i use?
     
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    i dont think thats going to do anything for quality
     
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    quoted from the car stereo cookbook
    its a very helpful book, but auto audio was written better.
     
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