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    Alpine 9815???

    Ok I have a 1997 Range Rover with the Harmon and Kardon Premium system. Im building a new system for this **** thing and i ran into a little problem!!Ok on the back of the stock headunit i have 2 wire harness plugins. And i want to run the Alpine 9815 and i know aftermarket HU only have one wiring harness i think? Thats my problem idk what to do or what to buy. Im still gonna run the stock speakers and i know it has stock amplifiers so how would i do this. Please really need the help!!! Thanx in advance.







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    Re: Alpine 9815???

    goto the local car audio store or circuit city or best buy and buy the harness.



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    You could do the electronic store or you could check out www.crutchfield.com. I'm wanting the 9815 and instead of paying the $500 crutchfield wants, im going to buy the $33 of parts to install it from them and get the unit somewhere else for $350. (harness, amp wiring kit, master instructions) I don't know how much the electronic store is going to hammar out of ya as in $$$.




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    Re: Alpine 9815???

    Quote Originally Posted by P2K
    You could do the electronic store or you could check out www.crutchfield.com. I'm wanting the 9815 and instead of paying the $500 crutchfield wants, im going to buy the $33 of parts to install it from them and get the unit somewhere else for $350. (harness, amp wiring kit, master instructions) I don't know how much the electronic store is going to hammar out of ya as in $$$.

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    you will need a wiring harness specific for the alpine and your car...and it might be hard to find one for a range rover at any store near you. you might have to look online or look around. just a thought...maybe CC or BB has it.

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