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Need Original Radio Connectors

I have a '93 RRC SWB and the PO replaced the radio with an aftermarket unit. I'm finally getting around to working on the sound system, so do any of you know where I can find the original rectangular plugs to rewire the original radio?

All of the wires seem to be there, but the PO cut the connectors and they are gone. I assume I need a set with some of the wires exposed so that I can match them up.

Mine has the Pioneer AMR2772.

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'93 Range Rover SWB Sport

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I have a '93 RRC SWB and the PO replaced the radio with an aftermarket unit. I'm finally getting around to working on the sound system, so do any of you know where I can find the original rectangular plugs to rewire the original radio?

All of the wires seem to be there, but the PO cut the connectors and they are gone. I assume I need a set with some of the wires exposed so that I can match them up.

Mine has the Pioneer AMR2772.

Thanks
Check with Paul Grant, I was at his shop yesterday and he has a ton of parts.

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I sent photos of the wiring harness you need.
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Thanks Paul. I responded

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