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This is probably the most easy question for those who have installed the Pioneer 1695.
I am going to order a pair of Pioneer 1695.
Do I just plug the factory wire directly to the 1695 or do I have to purchase some kind of adaptor or wiring harness?
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They don't plug in directly. The easiest, least invasive thing to do is to buy a set of Honda adapters from BestBuy for $5. THEN they just plug right in. You can also snip the stock connector off, and crip new spade connectors on the proper wires.

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Thanks Darell.
I'll buy a pair of adaptor from Best Buy.
 

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My 1695's went in today, as well as the 1086's in the rear. It does make a tremendous difference. I skeezed out and had our son install them: a way to see him and his wife for about thirty minutes.


I bought the adaptors at BB as directed, and he did use them. The first 1695 took him 25 minutes: he had to cut more of the rainshield than I thought. And he forgot to tie up the harness so had to remove the speaker after trying the window. But the second one took five minutes. The backs a total of ten for the two. This is a relatively inexpensive upgrade that makes a huge difference!
 

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by MerpsMom:
My 1695's went in today, as well as the 1086's in the rear. It does make a tremendous difference. I skeezed out and had our son install them: a way to see him and his wife for about thirty minutes.


I bought the adaptors at BB as directed, and he did use them. The first 1695 took him 25 minutes: he had to cut more of the rainshield than I thought. And he forgot to tie up the harness so had to remove the speaker after trying the window. But the second one took five minutes. The backs a total of ten for the two. This is a relatively inexpensive upgrade that makes a huge difference!
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Fantastic! I'm glad you got someone you trust to install them too! Enjoy!
-SJ

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