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Have delco radio head unit model #1618995. has 7 wire plug 2 white wires on end one on end has small plug where do plug it too? has power checked with meter

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Hi Steve,
I'm going to need a little more information. That looks like the serial number. I can't find any info on #1618995. What kind of car did it come out of? Sounds like some kind of Chevy. Is it an aftermarket radio? Delco is a bad choice, unless your replacing your radio with an other factory radio. What kind of car are you putting it in?
Let me know if your just trying to put an aftermarket stereo in, radio kits and wiring harnesses are available for most cars. Ray

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