New memberUsername: Mikeymackinon
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|http://www.teamnovak.com/tech_info/how_to/solder/index.html ] - I had to run new wires to the rear its not hard. I used speaker wire for a house stereo, its all the same - run it form the deck and under the carpet pull it back and feed it along the door trim comes right up just give it pull and tuck it under the seat - then cut the old connections off the rear speakers in the trunk be care full no to physically damage you speakers - I used the wire harness for the power wires but the aftermarket wire harness adapter had two of every wire. I had to attach the two ANT wires, the two ING wire, the two BAT wire and the two GND wires to make it work. the aftermarket radio would not get enough voltage - if you do not have an after market wire harness adapter cut the factory power harness (gray) see pic follow the chart see pic and use the colour codes to solder the aftermarket radio harness - reinstall the aftermarket dash, reattach the controls, then attach the cage and feed the aftermarket radio harness through the hole. don't forget about the antenna wire. attach the aftermarket radio slide it in the hole - change the fuse by the driver peddles form a 7.5v to 10v (you can get theses free from the auto wreckers if you don't have any spares) if you don't change it, it will keep on blowing the fuse and the radio won't work. the radio will not be damaged from this because it come with its own 10v fuse - reattach the battery if you attached it and remember to take your time.