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    • By robert223
      I seen someone else posted about this radio here https://www.dodgeintrepid.net/10-general-discussion/88425-pinout-what-each-wire-does-radio-need-find-out.html , i parted this out of a 2002 dodge grand caravan sport, the thread above me he had the same radio except it was parted out of a 2000 car, the wires arnt the same color as described on that fourm, and no matter where i look i cant find anything that has the same exact wire color, im assuming they changed the harness after 2000. The colors for my radio are on the grey harness red grey, blue pink, brown grey, light/baby blue grey, orange brown, orange yellow, green brown, green blue. on the black harness its White purple, yellow grey, grey, green yellow, green, green, dark blue, green orange, grey orange. then it has a metal silver cable looking thing attached to it which is seprate from each harness. hope you guys can help me out, date codes 1852 its just hard to find exact diagrams for this, if you cant help because this harness has odd colors, could you link a wiring harness that might be more common? thanks again.
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