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Metra 70-1818 Amplifier Integration Wire Harness for Select Chrysler

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For all infinity system when using a 35 watt or greater radio
Amplifier integration harness
12 feet long
Authorized Dealer

Compatible With
Chrysler Cirrus 1995-2000
Chrysler Concorde 1993-2001
Chrysler E-Class 1984-1993
Chrysler Fifth Avenue 1984-1993
Chrysler Imperial 1990-1993
Chrysler LHS 1995-2001
Chrysler Laser 1987-1989
Chrysler New Yorker 1994-1996
Chrysler Sebring Convertible 1996-2001
Chrysler Sebring Coupe 2002-2006
Chrysler Sebring Coupe/Sedan 1995-2001
Dodge Aries 1984-1989
Dodge Avenger 1995-2000
Dodge Caravan 1984-2001
Dodge Dakota 1987-2001
Dodge Daytona 1984-1993
Dodge Diplomat 1984-1989
Dodge Durango 1998-2001
Dodge Dynasty 1988-1993
Dodge Intrepid 1993-2001
Dodge Neon 1995-2001
Dodge Ram Pickup 2500/3500 2002
Dodge Ram Pickup 1984-2001
Dodge Ram Charger 1984-1993
Dodge Spirit 1989-1995
Dodge Stratus 1995-2001
Dodge Van (Full Size) 1990-2003
Plymouth 600E Class 1984-1987
Plymouth Acclaim 1989-1995
Plymouth Breeze 1996-1999
Plymouth Neon 1995-2001
Plymouth Prowler 1997-2002
Plymouth Voyager 1984-2000

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