Unit includes: Wire harness, and Instruction manual
Metra 70-2102 Turbowires for 2004 - 2005 GM and Saturn Wiring Harness:
Used to install and aftermarket car stereo for select GM and Saturn vehicles
Includes 24 Pin factory plug
Allows for the installation of an aftermarket radio using the existing factory wiring and connectors
ABS plastic for maximum reliability
Factory OEM quality
Makes replacing the factory car stereo wiring very easy
No cutting of factory wiring needed
Yellow – 12V Constant
Red – 12V Accessory
Black - Ground
Blue - Power Antenna
Orange – Dash Light Dimmer/Illumination
Green – Left Rear Speaker (+)
Green with Black Stripe Left Rear Speaker (-)
White – Left Front Speaker (+)
White with Black Stripe – Left Front Speaker (-)
Purple – Right Rear Speaker (+)
Purple with Black Stripe – Right Rear Speaker (-)
Gray – Right Front Speaker (+)
Gray with Black Stripe – Right Front Speaker (-)
2004 - 2005 Ion
2004 - 2005 Vue
Review by jon
Install (5 star for easy)
Perfect in every detail. Very simple instructions, easy to install. A bit light on how to remove the radio; but that was no big deal as I'd done it before. If you have not, there's a bunch of clips on YouTube though no two connectors seem to disconnect in the same way! But all good! I had a double din radio, so I also used the Metra Dash Kit 99-3106 to fill the gap with my single din replacement.(Posted on 1/30/2016)
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