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Old 26 May 2004, 01:18 pm
uncle k
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I have an older Civic 4WD wagon. A friend gave me a stock Honda
AM/FM/Cassette (mid-'80's?) which would be an upgrade over what's in it now.
Unfortunately, the female plug didn't come with it. Does anyone have a
diagram or link to one, so I can know how to connect the wires?

Thanks,

Unc


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Old 26 May 2004, 01:50 pm
Randolph
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If the car is from the '84 - '87 generation I can get you the wiring
diagram for it. Let me know if this is what you need, + a valid e-mail
address.

Whatever you do, do not cut the wires in the car. Many places sell the
plug that goes into the stereo as well as a connector that plugs into
the wire harness in the car. Get one of each and build an adapter. The
"usual suspects" for these connectors / harnesses are:

http://www.americaninternational.net/
http://www.metraonline.com
http://www.scosche.com/

uncle k wrote:
>
> I have an older Civic 4WD wagon. A friend gave me a stock Honda
> AM/FM/Cassette (mid-'80's?) which would be an upgrade over what's in it now.
> Unfortunately, the female plug didn't come with it. Does anyone have a
> diagram or link to one, so I can know how to connect the wires?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Unc

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Old 26 May 2004, 05:00 pm
The HondaNewbie
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Hello

Go to this website:
http://www.installdoctor.com/home.html

Has tips/howto instructions for audio installation for various Honda models

hth
Hondanewbie.

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> I have an older Civic 4WD wagon. A friend gave me a stock Honda
> AM/FM/Cassette (mid-'80's?) which would be an upgrade over what's in it

now.
> Unfortunately, the female plug didn't come with it. Does anyone have a
> diagram or link to one, so I can know how to connect the wires?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Unc
>
>



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Old 26 May 2004, 09:17 pm
N.E.Ohio Bob
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Is it a Honda radio in there now? If yes, the radios are probably
interchangeable. Most of the radios have the wiring diagram on a sticker
on the radio. bob
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Old 27 May 2004, 10:16 am
uncle k
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Thanks gents. Mine is an '85. The current radio is an after-market brand.
The dental floss inside broke, i.e., it can no longer be tuned. Easier to
replace than repair. When I got the car, the female plug was gone...
nothing but a bunch of leads hanging there. I added rear speakers.

I'll check out the links and go from there.

Unc


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