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    I have a Pioneer DEH-45DH that I am installing , but cant find my wiring diagram. by any chance do any of you happen to have one of these as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuervo25_1 View Post
    I have a Pioneer DEH-45DH that I am installing , but cant find my wiring diagram. by any chance do any of you happen to have one of these as well?
    why not just use a wiring harness? it would be plug and play

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    ^^^That is the best idea. Some harnesses will just plug right into the radio without any splicing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by str8poolbanger View Post
    why not just use a wiring harness? it would be plug and play
    They're pretty cheap too. ABC warehouse sells them.

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    Use a wiring harness and pay a stereo shop to bypass your factory amp. This ensures that when you add your own amps the speakers will work properly. Factory amp pushes bass to the backseat speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by str8poolbanger View Post
    Use a wiring harness and pay a stereo shop to bypass your factory amp. This ensures that when you add your own amps the speakers will work properly. Factory amp pushes bass to the backseat speakers.
    It's suppose to..... they're subwoofers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMdef9 View Post
    It's suppose to..... they're subwoofers.
    true, but i changed mine out to 6.5's and opted for the "real" subwoofers in the hatch area with a subthump box. Just waiting on the cash flow to adjust right, or a big win at the casino, heck they just paid for my headers, ORY, air lid and cat removal....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by str8poolbanger View Post
    why not just use a wiring harness? it would be plug and play
    the adapter harness I have has the plugs that go into the cars factory plugs for the radio, I just had to splice the wires that came from the adapter to the wires coming from the stereo. I was fine until I got to the speaker part,it took a bit longer but I figured it out.

    It is in the car,sounds great,and even picking up stations I never heard before.

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