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I am 40 years old. been in the car audio hobby since 16. I have never seen a wiring harness that let's you adapt a multi-brand aftermarket head unit to a factory wiring harness without having to splice the wires (12v constant to 12v constant , 12v acc to 12v acc, ground to ground, speaker positive/negative to speaker positive/negative) Especially since there are so many possible brands. each brand has changed up there harness wiring before and each cartype has sapped wiring on even a specific model year to year.
remember again you are adapting a generic wiring scheme (head unit) to a very specific wiring scheme. So "plug and play" just isn't going to happen.
Research Scosche, metra or do a general search under your car year model and audio harness for whatever specific deck you get. Maybe there is one out there.
Go to an installer and get it done that way you don't have to splice.
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