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Metra 71-1736 Reverse Wiring Harness for Select 1986-1994 Hyundai Mitsubishi Vehicles

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Metra 71-1736 Reverse Wiring Harness for Select 1986-1994 Hyundai Mitsubishi Vehicles

Metra 71-1736 is manufactured with fine quality of raw material. It is a resilient & durable item with economical & competitive price which is designed & engineered with precision & diligence.

Metra 71-1736 Reverse Wiring Harness helps in assimilating an aftermarket radio into your vehicle's stereo system which boosts up vehicle speakers which ensures dominant audio while you're on the road & flawlessly fits in below mentioned compatible vehicles.


  • Plugs into OEM radio
  • 7 inch long
  • Includes one 24 way plug for Power and speaker
  • Compatible with 1986-1991 Hyundai vehicles
  • Plugs into original equipment radio
  • Power/4 Speaker
  • 11-pin connector
  • Harness is designed to plug into the factory radio
  • Connections:  
    Red - 12V Accessory
    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 (-)
    Yellow – 12V Constant
    Black - Ground


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