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Scosche HA02RB, 1986-1999 Honda Power/Speaker Connector; Reverse

SKU: SCO-HA02RB UPC: 33991883932
Out of stock
Regular price $3.54
  • Connects an aftermarket stereo to the factory radio harnesses
  • Not compatible with factory amplified systems
  • Direct Connection to the factory harness without cutting any wires
  • Manufactured with factory quality wire and connectors
  • Standard color coded wires for an easier installation

Product Features

- 1986-up Honda replacement harness for factory radio
- Harness is used when reinstalling a factory stereo
- Connects to the factory stereo harness
- Designed specifically to fit compatible vehicles
- Standard color coded wires provide a consistent and simplified installation
- Made from OEM quality materials

Vehicle Applications


  • CL 1996 to 1998
  • INTEGRA 1986 to 1998
  • LEGEND 1986 to 1995
  • NSX 1991 to 1996
  • RL 1996 to 1998
  • TL 1995 to 1998
  • VIGOR 1992 to 1994


  • ACCORD 1986 to 1997 EX
  • ACCORD 1986 to 1997 LX/DX
  • CIVIC 1988 to 1995
  • CRV 1997 to 1998
  • CRX 1988 to 1991
  • DEL SOL 1993 to 1997
  • ODYSSEY 1995 to 1998
  • PRELUDE 1986 to 1998

    WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to