Radio wiring harness????????

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  1. Gooseman

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    I have looked and looked do the 2016-1/2 base models have a factory installed wire harness for the radio? I found the camera the fog lights and a green labeled "INT pos" and a "INT ground" the fuse box has a fuse in place for the radio. Any suggestions?
     
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    Well i got the mirror and flashlight out and i found it taped up under neath where the main harness goes thru. That took a bit of searching but all is good
     
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    Glad to hear it is there and that will save you a couple hundred dollars. Score!

    What are you installing?
     
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    Haven't decided yet still waiting to find out prices on stock camera and antenna. Would like to get a stock system but from what I am finding I might end up with a after market system. I just listen to the local stations as I am not into the loud thumping music as I hear noise all day at work. I enjoy our local rock station on the way to work as they have a mix of commentary and news along with classic rock and on the way home it's nice easy classic with a good upbeat to get you home. I guess I am just getting old
     
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    My .02 - if you are starting from ground zero don't even waste your time with the factory stuff. Go aftermarket right out of the gate.
     
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    I cant find that radio harness under the dash anywhere! what is it taped to?
     
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    Agreed. Stock would be excessively priced for the required investment, an aftermarket system will have higher wiring demands. Do it fresh, do it right. My $0.02 before tax.
     

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