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Metra 71-1721 Radio Harness for Select 98-13 Acura/Honda/Isuzu/Suzuki

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Original price $0.00 - Original price $0.00
Original price $0.00
$10.20 - $10.20
Current price $10.20
Power/4 Speaker
Plugs into OEM Radio
20-pin connector
Can be used to repair a harness where the plugs have been cut off or damaged

Compatible With
Acura CL 2001-2003
Acura CL 1999
Acura TL 1999-2003
Acura RL 1999-2013
Acura MDX 2001-2006
Acura RSX 2002-2006
Acura RSX Type S 2002-2006
Acura TSX 2004-2013
Honda Accord 1998-2007
Honda Accord (LOWER DASH) 2003-2007
Honda Civic DX (excluding Canada) 2006-2009
Honda Civic Special Edition 2005
Honda Civic (excluding SI and SE models) 2001-2005
Honda Civic Si (3-door only) 2002-2005
Honda Civic 1999-2000
Honda CRV 1999-2006
Honda Element (all but LX) 2005-2011
Honda Element (LX) 2005-2011
Honda Element 2003-2004
Honda Insight 2001-2006
Honda Odyssey 1999-2007
Honda Pilot 2003-2008
Honda Prelude 1999-2001
Honda Ridgeline 2005-2008
Honda S2000 2000-2009
Isuzu Oasis 1999
Suzuki Aerio 2005-2007
Suzuki Aerio Sedan 2002-2004
Suzuki Aerio 5-door 2002-2004
Suzuki Grand Vitara 2003-2011
Suzuki Kizashi 2010-2012
Suzuki SX4 2007-2011
Suzuki XL-7 2003-2006

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