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    OEM stereo plugs

    Anybody know what the plug on the left side of the oem stereo is when you're looking at the back...in mine there is nothing plugged into it... just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corybb View Post
    Anybody know what the plug on the left side of the oem stereo is when you're looking at the back...in mine there is nothing plugged into it... just curious.
    Do you have a single din stock radio(do you have a pocket on top or under the radio) or does the radio take oup the entire area?
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    its the double DIN 6cd in a 2004

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    Not sure where the antenna plugs in back there. Do you get good FM reception? Cuz if not, that's your answer.
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    I think it might be where the factory sub plugs into.
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    ^^^ Can't be that... the factory Sub harness is a "T" harness that splices between the stereo and the factory harness.

    Not sure what the other plug on the double din radio is though.. I had a single din.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninefourteener View Post
    ^^^ Can't be that... the factory Sub harness is a "T" harness that splices between the stereo and the factory harness.

    Not sure what the other plug on the double din radio is though.. I had a single din.
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