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Old 01-06-2008, 02:33 PM   #1
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Need help Installin my Panisonic Cd Play Into My 1995 nissan Bluebird

I Need help Installin my Panisonic Cd Play Into My 1995 nissan Bluebird the colors are confusing me in installation
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Old 01-06-2008, 09:07 PM   #2
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Re: Need help Installin my Panisonic Cd Play Into My 1995 nissan Bluebird

Do you have a wire harness for your vehicle? With one of those, installation should be easier than cutting pumpkin pie.
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Re: Need help Installin my Panisonic Cd Play Into My 1995 nissan Bluebird

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a wiring harness takes 99% of the hassle out of the job and will make it look cleaner and more professional.

for refrence anyways check out
http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/Nissan-Wiring.pdf

make sure you look at the bottom harness which is 95 and newer.
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Re: Need help Installin my Panisonic Cd Play Into My 1995 nissan Bluebird

I have to agree, unless you are building a custom show car you should get a harness - even if you are not planning on using the factory speaker wiring.
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Thanx for the help i go it hooked up (no i don have a harnest ) and now it wont cut off i have to remove the face
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Re: Need help Installin my Panisonic Cd Play Into My 1995 nissan Bluebird

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Thanx for the help i go it hooked up (no i don have a harnest ) and now it wont cut off i have to remove the face
Maybe you should spend like 5 bucks to get a harness then, or check your wiring.
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Thanks for the help
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