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    Hi.

    I need a wire harness from a aftermarket stereo to my 2002 Prado stereo plugs.

    I have been searching online (including this forum) for some days now but with no real luck.

    I would like to change my stereo for something more modern. I have a Pioneer stereo (MVH-A200VBT) from another project that I thought I would just pop in there and then get whatever frame/fascia I needed afterwards.

    It is my understanding that the stereo wiring is somewhat special in that it powers a external amplifier. Is that correct? And do any of you know where I might find the correct connection?

    Best regards from Iceland.

  • #2
    You should be able to get a toyota - ISO harness, then your ISO radio can plug into that.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the reply.

      The problem I am having is that I am not able to find something like that, that I think is correct.

      My car has three connectors but I can only find some online that has two. Maybe I do not need the third?? That is why I am a bit confused about the external amplifier.

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      • #4
        I think you will find that one of the plugs is for connection to your clock display panel . (you would have disconnected it).

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        • #5
          Hey guys. I have solved the puzzle!

          I got this:
          https://www.amazon.com/PAC-RP4-2-TY1...01B63G6ES?th=1

          Apparently my car is an american version with a amplifier under the drivers seat. So to get that to work with a aftermarket stereo I got the PAC wire harness mentioned above.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Subbo View Post
            I think you will find that one of the plugs is for connection to your clock display panel . (you would have disconnected it).
            Thanks for the tip but that was not the case. In the picture of the connections in the car you can see a purple wire going up to the clock.

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